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The doctor is in!
Imperfect Women is excited to bring you a new column titled “Ask Dr. Silvio Aladjem!” This column will feature Dr. Silvio Aladjem answering your questions of medical interest related to pregnancy.
You can ask your questions on the contact form that you will find at the end of this post and the question will be emailed to Dr. Aladjem. We will also place a link on the sidebar for easy access to the contact form for any future questions. Please feel free to let your friends and family know about this opportunity. No question is insignificant or silly.
Imperfect Women will publish the questions in a blog post throughout each month, depending on the demand. Once your question is published with an answer from Dr. Aladjem, we will email you to let you know.
This column will be for the purpose of education and information only. It is not medical advice and should never be used instead of your doctor’s or other health care professional’s advice. Please note that you will find the answer to your question identified by your initials only and confidentiality will be maintained.
Dr. Silvio Aladjem, an obstetrician/gynecologist and Maternal Fetal Medicine (high risk obstetrics) specialist, is Professor Emeritus in obstetrics and gynecology at Michigan State University, College of Human Medicine, in Lansing, MI. He is the author of “10,000 babies: my life in the delivery room” now available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble and other book stores. Dr. Aladjem is published extensively in Scientific Medical Journals and wrote several textbooks in the specialty.