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EXCELLENT! I would recommend Toni to anyone! She is very professional, knowledgeable and very thorough. My husband and I were struggling with infertility for 2.5 years. I have endometriosis and we had tried everything to get pregnant naturally (surgery for the endo, hormones, fertility medication, etc.) I went to see Toni once a week for four weeks (during every stage of my cycle). My cycle that month was a perfect 28 days and we conceived!!! We were amazed at the success of the treatment for our infertility and SO grateful that Toni was recommended to us.
~ Michelle K, 25 year old female, Immokolee, Fl.
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