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Businiess name:  Struebin, Marla, Md - Valley Young Peoples Clinic
Review by:  citysearch c.
Review content: 
This place is AWFUL!! My daughter was in the NICU after birth. I'm a first time mom who breast feeds. With those two things said, VYPC was rude and unhelpful. My daughter was a very upset newborn. Her gut was a mess and she had a dairy allergy which I ended up figuring out completely on my own. Every time I took her to this place, they tried to push formula on me. One doc essentially FORCED me to give her a bottle of formula before I left the office. Any remotely educated person knows breastfeeding is best--especially for NICU babies. They did nothing to investigate the real problem which was a dairy allergy, supply issues, and the need for probiotics. Breastfeeding was NOT the problem. My now 8 month old daughter is happily still breastfeeding and is a very happy baby. VYPC acted like I was an inconvenience because I insisted on an alternate vaccine schedule rather than the CDC schedule. They refuse to serve people who choose not to vaccinate. If you like terrible and rude service, plan on formula feeding, and being shoved into a cookie-cutter mold, then this place might be for you. Otherwise, run far, far away.

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