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    A good doctor for HSG in NYC?

    hi, ladies:

    I never done HSG before and will do the test next week. I heard it's hurt so much and so scary now. Has anyone heard a doctor Daniel maklansky who is a radiologist in NYC? Is he good?

    Thank you so much and good luck to you all!

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    I am sorry, I normally go south rather then north when I need a doctor. However I wish you luck! My HSG didn't hurt that bad but I hear if you have blocked tubes it does hurt.
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