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Disclaimer For The Fertility & Gynecology Center Blog & Website

November 28, 2012

To my patients, followers and visitors,

I am pleased to be writing a blog on women’s health issues. I hope that by doing so I can help people by giving them the information they need from an expert in the field. Please keep in mind, though, that the information provided in this blog is not meant to be a medical opinion about your specific case. The problems of every patient are unique and should be addressed by their physician in a face-to-face conversation and thorough work-up. You are welcome to bring up questions about my postings with your doctor. However, no one should assume that this blog is a source of medical care. Since I don’t know your entire history and haven’t examined you, any medical information given to you may be incomplete or inaccurate. Therefore, I, Dr. Ramirez, and the Fertility & Gynecology staff cannot be responsible for any actions taken or not due to the information contained within these blog posts and within the website. This website and the blog posts are for educational and informational purposes only, and should never be used to replace the information and care rendered by your own doctor. None of these posts may be reproduced, printed, or posted anywhere else without my express written authorization.

I believe that reading this blog might offer some insights into medicine that might not otherwise be available in the general media.

All of the questions and answers come from’s “All Experts” site where I volunteer my time as an Infertility Expert answering questions from all over the world.  I select the most interesting & relevant Q & A’s in order to give others insight into both gynecologic and infertility problems. All questions have been published previously on All Experts, which means only the questions given permission to be made public appear here.

Here is a link to the site itself: All Experts Infertility

Thank you.

Dr. Edward J. Ramirez, M.D. F.A.C.O.G.

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