200 Blog Posts!!!! All About Infertility & Women's Health Issues...With More To Come!
Posted Sep 23 2010 12:00am
Well, with the last post I have made it to two hundred blog posts since I began in 2008! I have to admit, I started out rather slow but picked up speed when I fell into the format that I now use. Although I have posted overviews on subjects ranging from PCOS to what to expect from an Infertility Evaluation , I've found that the most popular blog posts involve trying to put a patient's mind at ease. By posting mainly questions that I receive from women and men across the country and around the world, I feel that I can address some of the most pressing and prevalent issues in reproductive health. It has been a pleasure interacting with many of you out there through your comments as well!
My blog followers now number over 300 and there are a number of you that burn our feed as well...which definitely encourages me to keep going! Thank you for your interest & loyalty!
As I did back when I reached my 100th post, I would like to list the ten most popular blog posts to date (a statistic available from the StatCounter app) 1. "Bleeding After Embryo Transfer"
It also always amazes me to see where my visitors come from! This reveals, most of all, how the subject of infertility can span cultures and continents. I have many, many great readers from the United States, Canada & the U.K....but we get occasional visitors from some interesting places including most recently Jülich, Germany
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
It is always my personal pleasure and privilege to assist my readers in whatever way I can, given the limits of the written word and the distance from which you communicate. I am always available to give general responses via this blog and About.com's All Experts Site. 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. I believe that reading it might offer some insights into medicine that might not otherwise be available in the general media.