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Dr. K.K. Iswaran

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3.0
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we have been trying for a child for more than 6 years, and started looking for a good IVF specialist, we heard about Dr KK Iswaran and decided to see him. A very patient, experienced doctor and gentle. He discussed all our issues and didn’t rush us to do IVF. We did IVf after 2 failed IUI’s. We are thankful, we have now a beautiful baby girl.

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1.1
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I was seen by Dr KK back in 2014 for my 3rd pregnancy. You dont have to wait long to get his appt, unlike few other doctors. To me, he was quite rough, and not friendly at all. Not so much explanation given and i have to dig out to know about my conditions. Due to that i did not return for a follow up appt with him.

Unfortunately, at 16 weeks of pregnancy, i had contractions. Went to Princecourt A&E and the oncall O&G specialist at that time was DR KK. Since it was on Saturday night he asked me to come on monday despite my conditions. No assessment ordered neither done to check on my conditions. I lost my baby the next day and very much traumatized by that experience.

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4.4
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My husband and I love children and we were very much desired to have one. However, because of our situation we knew we would need an assistance from a fertility doctor..we reviewed alot of information and decided to meet a fertility Dr in person. It was then when we met Dr. Kk ishwaran from Prince court medical centre. He was a very friendly and informative. Most importantly patience. He took his time to make sure we carefully understood the answers to our questions and the procedure which would best help our situation. He helped us understand the concepts behind what we needed to do and what to expect as each phase approached. He reassured us that we were deserving patients and that our efforts would ultimately be successful. In February 2014 we made our first ivf attempts after 3 failure of IUI procedure. 2 weeks wait seem forever to me. 2 weeks later we learned that we were pregnant. We saw 2 sacs, 2 heartbeats at the scan. Double the joy after so much of struggle and dissapoinments. The news was overwhelming because, like many other couples who have had problems conceiving a child, you start to have doubt that it will happen. We truly appreciate Dr kk ishwaran for his patience, kindness, and his professionalism. He was always there for us when we needed him the most. Especially at odds hours when I had some discomfort throughout my pregnancy. Even the most simplest questions i used to ask Dr. Kk because was too afraid of losing the babies. Dr asked me to hold onto the babies atleast upto 36 weeks so that they don't have to be put in the incubators. But at 34 weeks I started having contraction pain. I knew I was going to have them before my due date. But money was a factor to us. Because if they were to born premature they have to be incubated. Incubators charges are so expensive at prince court. But Dr kk advised us according to our situation. We were advised to get admitted into government hospital since I'm a government servant myself. Dr kk was so considerate and made arrangements with the government drs and made my delivery smooth and easy without any hassle. The beauty in him is , he was never a money minded person unlike some other Dr's here in malaysia. We are so grateful to seek your advise from day one. No regrets at all but we appreciate every single thing that he have done for us
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4.4
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My wife visited 2 doctors at PCMC. First time was Iswaran KK (walked in and he was the doctor available) Roughly KK - RM550 - no waiting time Consultation fee was RM280 for both doctors and the other items were listed as hospital charges (usage of machine, nurse services and etc) but i believe they were decided by the doctor. Both of them seem professional Also during the 1.5 hours waiting time, there were not many patients for KK and overheard that a few patients did not turn up for their appointments with KK while the nurse was following up with them over the phone.
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We met up with Dr Iswaran. I have heard about him and also know that he was from GHKL, and also was the head of the unit. He was responsible to set up the first government fertility clinic. Of course we had to tell him our medical history in terms of our infertility journey but I didn't mention names. I told him I would rather not mention any doctors names as I know they all know each other as all sprouted out from GHKL anyway. He checked me thoroughly. A physical check, an abdomen scan, and TVS. Conclusion: I have 1 cyst in my right ovary that is causing the pull, tugging, pain etc. And in my left ovary, is a follicular cyst. Now this follicular cyst is post IVF/ICSI's outcome. Usually it takes a couple of months to have post IVF/ICSI issues. I also indeed have adenomyosis, which is one of the culprit of my PMDD and also the pelvic pains and not to forget, a failed IVF. Usually for women with adenomyosis, the uterus lining needs to be controlled and be at a certain thickness to ensure implantation can happen. My body's hormonal levels have gone haywire. He explained that when our body has a foreign object, our immune systems goes on acceleration to help fight it. It's the same with having a cyst. This is also the reason of my 9kg weight gain in two to three months!! Hormonal imbalance is a bitch. I have been put on Metformin again, 500mg per day. I will be starting Visanne. He asked me what supplements do I take - I mentioned Fish Oil, Surbex, Revicon Forte, Folic Acid. He told me to stop Revicon Forte as it increases my appetite! And to add Vit E for hubby and myself. So now, the aim is to calm my hormones down. Oh by the way, did you know that endometriosis is caused by the backflow of period? So the next if you have very heavy period for a couple of months, it's time you get yourself checked. Don't wait till it's too late.
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