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Welcome Christian Xavier
Just wanted to let everyone know that Christian Xavier was born
on 11/11/2010 via emergency c-section. We once again would like to
thank Dr. Perez and staff for giving us the opportunity to be
blessed with our 2nd and LAST TR miracle!!!!
I am expecting another
little boy on 11/12/2010
Welcome Lorenzo Simpson III
Just wanted to take the time to let everyone know that thanks to Dr. Perez, my little miracle Lorenzo is here!!! He was born on his due date on 11/18/2008 at 7:14am, weighing 8lbs 1.2 oz and 21 inches long. It was a long road but definitely worth the wait. Thanks again Dr. Perez and staff, you guys are the best!!!
My name is LaKisha Epps and I had my surgery on November 11, 2006. I ended up with 7 cms on both sides. I wasn't fortunate enough to have insurance that pays for HSG's so I didn't get one. But after almost 13 months of TTC after a loss (I think my math is right), we are excited to be expecting our first together. I am currently 7 weeks pregnant and my EDD is November 19, 2008. I pray that everything works out!! Either way, Dr. Perez and his staff (Kathy, you included) work wonders!!!!
My name is LaKisha and my husband and I went to have our reversal
with Dr. Perez on November 11, 2006. Here is our story: We
left our home state of Maryland, bound for McAllen, TX and due to
arrive around 11 pm the night of November 10th. But due to a storm,
we arrived in McAllen about 1 hour late, but Marco's driver, whose
name I didn't catch because I was too tired, was there waiting on
us. I didn't get to see much of the sights on the drive down because
I was sleep (which you will see a lot in this story). We got to the
hospital in record time. Let me tell you ladies, this hospital was
so quiet and peaceful, nothing like you will see in the US. The
nurses were lovely, especially Clara, she is a doll and took good
care of us. Since we got there well after 12, they just told me to
get some rest and change in to the lovely hospital gown at 6 in the
morning. The time seemed to go so slow, until I finally fell asleep.
When I woke up, I changed my clothes, they put the IV in, which they
got on the first try), and then Dr. Levi himself came in shortly
after. We discussed my medical history and allowed me and my husband
to ask any and all the questions that we had on our mind (and
believe me that was a lot).