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choosing an obgyn in colorado
pregnant with twins and moving to Denver, co. my current doctor said I need to find somebody who are familiar with multiple pregnancies because they are a little more risky.
need help finding a good obgyn and a good hospital. any recommendations would be appreciated.
will be living in Erie for the first 3 months.
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640548 tn?1340556955
Hey.  My first daughter was born at Swedish Medical center in Englewood, Co.  I'm not sure how far that will be from you.  My OB was Dr. Lisa Becker at South Denver OB/GYN. Her bio says she covers high risk pregnancies. Everyone at the hospital and Dr.s office was wonderful.  I think it might be pretty far though as i believe you will be north of Denver, and Swedish is south of denver.  Good luck!
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thanks. yes looks like it's a little far.
actually we will be living in Thornton but that is still north of Denver.
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I sent you a message.  Not sure if it worked, I've never done that before.
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got the message. thanks.
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I lived in Thornton when I first moved there.  My stepsister lives in Thornton and she went through 2 high risk pregnancies.  I will ask her who her Dr. and hospital were.
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