I would like to know of women who had a baby or who know someone who had a baby in St. Barth, how was the experience? I saw on the internet that there is only one gynecologist on the island, is that right? For those who know, is he a good doctor? I'm worried that there's only one doctor ready to make a deliver. I would be very grateful if anyone could clarify me on this subject.
Also, for those with thyroid problems, I have not found any endocrinologists on the internet, can you tell me if there are any doctors who specialize in thyroid problems on the island? Sorry to be so specific but this are very important factors that I need to know before going there. I hope someone here could help me with this doubts.
Thank you very much!
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