Advice on consultant in Cork

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Advice on consultant in Cork

Postby Rachsaund01 » Tue Nov 28, 2017 1:10 pm

Can anyone recommend a consultant in Cork? There are so many choices don't know where to start and prices seem on par with eachother. Looking at https://www.drdanmckenna.ie/ https://waterstoneclinic.ie/ or Suzanne O Sullivan (http://corkwomensclinic.com/staff/consu ... osullivan/) I guess one of my main concerns is them not being there at the birth which I heard can happen a lot. Anyone any advice or experiences? :baba :babydust
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Re: Advice on consultant in Cork

Postby Wannabmama » Tue Nov 28, 2017 10:34 pm

Hi I was with Keelin O Donoghue for both my babies.She was present for my first delivery but my second was born on a Sunday she wasn’t on call that wknd but Dan McKenna was present at the birth for the last min he was in to check me around 30 mins prior to birth & he did the stitching after.Going private is no guarantee they will actually be there but there will be a consultant at the birth as far as I’m awear.
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Re: Advice on consultant in Cork

Postby Rachsaund01 » Thu Nov 30, 2017 4:14 pm

Super thanks wannabmama for your advice!
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Re: Advice on consultant in Cork

Postby SuzieO » Wed Mar 07, 2018 7:28 pm

Hello, Im in a similar situation at the moment, just decided on Dan McKenna, Hope we made the right call. who did you end up going with in the end?
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