Aaron Magat, MD practices as an OBGYN in Owings Mills, MD.Aaron Magat, MD graduated from Univ Of Md Sch Of Med, Baltimore Md 21201.
Epstein & Magat
Univ Of Md Sch Of Med, Baltimore Md 21201
Univ Of Md Med Sys, Obstetrics And Gynecology
ServicesAaron Magat, MD offers OBGYN services in Owings Mills, MD at 23 Crossroads Dr Ste 215, Owings Mills, MD 21117. Obstetricians & Gynecologists (OBGYN) specialize in female reproductive health issues as well as gynecological health issues.
To learn more about OBGYN services, or to make an appointment with Epstein & Magat in Owings Mills, MD, please call (410) 363-9400.
Dr. Magat and his staff ruined the first half of my pregnancy. I suffered with Hyperemesis Gravidarium and was so sick I could not get out of bed. Dr. Magat made me feel like I was crazy and dramatic. His staff were rude and laughed at me while I was vomiting in his office during one of my apts. They were "grossed" out and didn't offer to help me because "they might vomit too". Dr. Magat made getting treatment for my condition so difficult that I questioned my decision to have a baby all together. I was too sick to transfer my care to another doctor until about 20 weeks. The moment I was able to pick up the phone and call another OB I never looked back. I am happy to report that under the care of another doctor my Hypermesis became controlled for the second half of pregnancy and I delivered a happy healthy and beautiful baby!
Dr. Aaron Magat and his staff have the personality of slugs. During what should be a magical time in a couple's life, they show little to no excitement or understanding of what pregnant woman and their spouses are experiencing. Dr. Magat may be knowledgable but when it came to dealing with a complicated pregnancy, he was the most uncompassionate and least understanding doctor I have ever been to. I suffered from Hyperemesis Gravidarum and vomited 10+ times a day with 24/7 nausea that prevented me from eating, drinking or functioning. Not only did the office staff publicly laugh while I vomited in the office, but they also made me feel like I was making up my symptoms and being over dramatic. I was told several times that I needed to deal with my symptoms and return to work despite losing 25lbs in the first trimester. I was too sick to advocate for myself or find a new doctor until I reached 20 weeks. The first 20 weeks of my pregnancy was so much more traumatic and upsetting then they needed to be because of Dr. Magat and his staff. Once I was well enough to lift my head and find a new doctor, I never looked back.
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