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====Personal Testimonials====
 
====Personal Testimonials====
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'''Acibadem Maslak'''
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'''Acibadem Maslak - Testimonial 1''': I was very unhappy with a gynecological check up at Acibadem Maslak hospital lately. It is all about the money rather than about the patient. I am not complaining about the medical care but about the total lack of information I got by the doctor. (Asked the same question 3 times: why my endometrium was abnormally thick but all she could say was she had to do a hysteroscopy and perform a biopsy of my endometrium first and send it to the lab). This scared me to the point that I agreed to immediate surgery the next morning without asking around, since i thought it might be cancer. I guess I was unlucky to end up with a gynecologist that was bad in communication. She didn't even tell me I was going to have general anesthesia (so I planned to drive to the hospital myself). When I woke up, I was not given any information, except that they had found polyps and sent it to the lab. Afterwards, another doctor translated the report: they had removed a benign myoma and did a curettage. I was not given any hygenic pads (nobody told me beforehand i would be bleeding either). I was complaining about pain and they said it was normal, gave me a prescription to buy painkillers at the pharmacy before going home (in my country, they give you the necessary medication before going home, as well as complete detailed information by the doctor). I just felt awful and scared because i didn't know what was wrong with me.
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Testimonial 1: I was very unhappy with a gynecological check up at Acibadem Maslak hospital lately. It is all about the money rather than about the patient. I am not complaining about the medical care but about the total lack of information I got by the doctor. (Asked the same question 3 times: why my endometrium was abnormally thick but all she could say was she had to do a hysteroscopy and perform a biopsy of my endometrium first and send it to the lab). This scared me to the point that I agreed to immediate surgery the next morning without asking around, since i thought it might be cancer. I guess I was unlucky to end up with a gynecologist that was bad in communication. She didn't even tell me I was going to have general anesthesia (so I planned to drive to the hospital myself). When I woke up, I was not given any information, except that they had found polyps and sent it to the lab. Afterwards, another doctor translated the report: they had removed a benign myoma and did a curettage. I was not given any hygenic pads (nobody told me beforehand i would be bleeding either). I was complaining about pain and they said it was normal, gave me a prescription to buy painkillers at the pharmacy before going home (in my country, they give you the necessary medication before going home, as well as complete detailed information by the doctor). I just felt awful and scared because i didn't know what was wrong with me.
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'''Acibadem Maslak - Testimonial 2''': I had an experience and Acibadem Maslak, with this lady ob/gyn. I forgot her name, but I wasn't pleased at all. I needed to ask the same question multiple times and still couldn't get clear information. And she was just trying to get me to do a surgery without further tests beforehand, just with basic controls. So my boyfriend and I decided to try another doctor.
 
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Testimonial 2: I had an experience and Acibadem Maslak, with this lady ob/gyn. I forgot her name, but I wasn't pleased at all. I needed to ask the same question multiple times and still couldn't get clear information. And she was just trying to get me to do a surgery without further tests beforehand, just with basic controls. So my boyfriend and I decided to try another doctor.
      
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