Aaron Magat, MD

Aaron Magat, MD
Epstein & Magat 23 Crossroads Dr Ste 215
Owings Mills, MD 21117

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About Aaron Magat, MD

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.
Primary Specialty

OBGYN

Practice Epstein & Magat
Education Univ Of Md Sch Of Med, Baltimore Md 21201
Training Univ Of Md Med Sys, Obstetrics And Gynecology
Services Aaron 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.
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Recent Reviews
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.
by Hyperemesis
XXX.XXX.105.246
My wife and I will never return to see dr. Magat again. In July 2011 my wife texted me and told me those famous words "we need to talk" I'm on the phone thinking did I forget to take out the trash again? "Okay" I responded not really looking forward to it. Later on that day as I wasn't looking forward to this talk my fiancée tells me that she has chlamydia and wants to know who I have been with besides her. Now this is a nightmare to any person who is involved with someone else for a period of time in which you feel the relationship has the key components to flourish to marriage. I instead of getting mad with her and accusing her of infidelity I agreed to go get tested and treated. I go and I'm told that they test, treat and contact you later for the results. So I did so, to get a call four days later telling me that the test results were negative. I immediately call my fiancée and tell her the news and she doesn't believe me and tells me up and down that her doctor (Aaron Magat) was a doctor that would not tell her she had an STD and I wouldn't have it. I decided that I wouldn't make this good news into a bad thing by telling her that she didn't know what she was talking about and I left that subject alone. Until Thursday when my now wife sends me a text saying "Last July I got infected with Chlamydia and went back in August after my treatment then it was gone. Today I get a call from the doctor, saying that I have it again". My first response is "wow, not this again" , now in my mind I'm wondering if she is tipping around with someone else. How could I have been so dumb in marrying her after this happened before. I'm asking myself "why I didn't read the signs". So that night when I returned home I slept in an empty bed as my wife mad with me thinking I was unfaithful cried herself to sleep in the livingroom. The next morning I went to a whole new clinic and again was tested, treated and was told I would be contacted with the results. I told the nurse the situation and she told me to have my wife checked for HPV. So as I'm waiting to leave the clinic I of course inform my wife of where I was and what I was doing. Which she didn't believe, she wanted to know where. I tried to tell her that she needed to be checked for HPV and get a second opinion. She sharply responds defending her doctor telling me that she has been checked for everything. So furious with my wife and really feeling she's playing games trying to catch me in something or her doctor has no idea what I wrong with her and doesn't know what he is doing to this happy home. I take the same two horrible pills I took over a year before that gave me stomach pains, nausea and gas. two hours ago I got a call from the clinic and said that I again was negative for chlamydia. Which I had on speaker for my wife to hear. I trust my wife and if she really had chlamydia at anytime that with all the unprotected sex I have had with her I would have had to have it. Thanks to Dr. Magat a perfectly good marriage could have ended with a false diagnosis not once but twice. I only hope by you reading this that you have a better picture of what is actually going on and if you are in the same predicament that I was in that maybe you should get a second opinion because the truth of the matter is Dr. Magat got it wrong and may have gotten it wrong on your end too.
by Anthony
XXX.XXX.9.241
Recent Polls
Did you leave the office feeling satisfied with your visit?
Completely!
Was there annoying music playing while you waited or during your visit?
No, if they had music on it was very soothing
Does the OBGYN's staff maintain a professional appearance?
Absolutely
Are you confident that this provider will continue working with you until a solution is reached?
Absolutely
Did you feel that your appointment with this OBGYN was worth it?
Absolutely
by Anonymous
XXX.XXX.101.103
Would you recommend this OBGYN to others?
Yes
Did this provider seem up-to-date with the current advancements in their field?
Yes, they were informing me of new advancements that were extremely recent
Did this provider ever take personal phone calls while in the appointment room with you?
No, they've never taken personal calls with me
Was this provider's office easy to locate?
Absolutely! It couldn't have been easier!
Did this provider seem well-trained and experienced?
Absolutely, they were an expert!
by Anonymous
XXX.XXX.27.217