Dear Dr. Thompson,
I am writing to update you on the birth of our amazing twins. Graham was 5 lbs. 10 oz. and now is 14lbs. Della Grace was 3 lbs 8oz. and is now is 9 lbs. 3oz. Last month she put on 3 lbs. They are both healthy and SO happy.
I am so glad you told us to deliver at a Level 3 NICU. Graham stayed for 2 weeks and Della Grace was there for one month. I had a C-Section at 34 weeks 1 day because of high blood pressure.
I first met you Nov. 3, 2015. I enjoyed our first visit, but the thought of IVF scared me. I remember driving 4 hrs back to Alamogordo feeling hopeless. One year exactly, Nov. 3, 2016, I became a mom. You played a huge role in my life and I want to thank you.
The biggest lesson I learned last year is that God uses people to bless others. You were by far one of the greatest gifts I received last year. You brought me hope when I was hopeless. You walked with us through IVF. You were caring. Of all the things in my life I’ve prayed for I am so glad God used YOU to help me become a mom. I cherish all those 4 hr drives to see you and all the wonderful people at your clinic. You will always be one of my favorite people. Thank you Dr. Thompson. I will see you sometime next fall to discuss round 2.
P.S. Say hi to my embryos 😉Krysta B.
Dr. Thompson and his staff are the most professional and compassionate medical professionals I’ve ever come in contact with. Navigating the highs and lows of our fertility journey was so much easier with them by our side. We are so thankful for Dr. Thompson and his staff for helping us to conceive our twin baby girls, who are 7 weeks old!Lenny Ann K.
I just wanted to hug the TV. My absolute favorite doctor; Dr. Jim Thompson at the The Fertility Center of New Mexico was on the tv. What an amazing person! If you have to go through a hard time you want to go through it with Dr. Thompson. I’m going to stop hugging the tv now. lolCarolyn L. H.
I don’t know if you remember me, but I was your patient starting in 2004 (I used to bring you scones or biscotti on my insemination days). “We” got pregnant on July 4, 2004, and then again in the fall of 2006. Because I “could never, ever get pregnant on my own,” we conceived naturally in July 2008 and your office helped sustain that pregnancy during the first trimester.
You have always left an impression with me, as a person and as a nurse.In fact, I am in nursing school right now and a big part of that is YOU. I hope one day to be an infertility nurse because that is where my heart lies.