The model focuses on helping clinicians identify “causes and consequences” of dyspareunia and nonpharmacologic self-care interventions.
A new study highlighted how common sexual dysfunction is among middle-aged persons and if the prevalence among Canadians is consistent with American and British reports.
Women may experience their first symptoms of endometriosis in their teen years, but the indications may not be recognized until much later.
Contemporary OB/GYN launched the Maternal Mortality Special Series in January with a guest editorial from the series editor, Carolyn Zelop, MD. This quiz goes over some of the important takeaways on the issues she covered. If you need a refresher before taking the quiz, her article can be found here. The answers to each question can be found on the following page.
Preterm birth is the leading cause of perinatal mortality and morbidity in the United States and also very difficult to predict. A research group at Stanford University believes they may have found an indicator.
Improved noninvasive testing to detect genetic abnormalities early in pregnancy has been a goal of researchers, and now a team of Australian and Russian biomedical engineers has developed a tiny microfluidic device that could pave the way for such testing.
A recent study designed to reflect clinical practice examined whether preimplantation genetic testing increased live birth rates in women of advanced maternal age.
Risk of postop urinary retention may vary depending on when devices are removed.
Uropathogens may not be the only bacteria shared between the vagina and bladder.
Women who undergo loop electrosurgical excision procedure (LEEP) for treatment of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN) grade 1 and subsequently deliver are at increased risk for preterm birth (PTB), according to recently published research.