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August 22, 2017  
COMMUNITY: Frequently Asked Questions
Uterus1: Advice for someone considering a reproductive procedure?
Dr. Craig deFreese: Well, I guess the thing that I tell people, whenever I’m uncertain about what to do I figure I need more information, so the best thing people can do is research it on the Internet. I really think that’s about the best way these days, because a lot of times when you talk to friends you get the anecdotal information. And even on the Internet, you have to look at what the source is—is it just a bulletin board where people are posting their opinions, or is it a presentation of scientific facts? Because there’s a big difference between an anecdotal account and a randomized controlled trial. That’s what I tell people, is just really to get more information. They can talk with their doctor, go in for consultation and ask, what are my choices. If somebody doesn’t give you choices, then talk to somebody else, because there are always choices.
Dr. Craig deFreese: Well, I guess the thing that I tell people, whenever I’m uncertain about what to do I figure I need more information, so the best thing people can do is research it on the Internet. I really think that’s about the best way these days, because a lot of times when you talk to friends you get the anecdotal information. And even on the Internet, you have to look at what the source is—is it just a bulletin board where people are posting their opinions, or is it a presentation of scientific facts? Because there’s a big difference between an anecdotal account and a randomized controlled trial. That’s what I tell people, is just really to get more information. They can talk with their doctor, go in for consultation and ask, what are my choices. If somebody doesn’t give you choices, then talk to somebody else, because there are always choices.
Dr. Craig deFreese

Dr. Craig deFreese


Dr. Craig DeFreese is an obstetrician/gynecologist who practices in Altamonte Springs, Orlando, Florida. He started his practice, Devoted to Women, about eight years ago, but has been caring for female patients for more than 19 years. Noting a growing trend in women’s preference for midwives, Dr. DeFreese now shares his office with a nurse midwife who delivers babies for many of his patients.

Dr. Craig deFreese

Dr. Craig deFreese


Dr. Craig DeFreese is an obstetrician/gynecologist who practices in Altamonte Springs, Orlando, Florida. He started his practice, Devoted to Women, about eight years ago, but has been caring for female patients for more than 19 years. Noting a growing trend in women’s preference for midwives, Dr. DeFreese now shares his office with a nurse midwife who delivers babies for many of his patients.

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