Ob/gyns sometimes need to go beyond guidelines when making judgment calls, as is the case with whether to induce at 37 weeks for gestational hypertension.
New research investigated the connection between nutrient intake and gastrointestinal disorders in women with endometriosis.
A link seems to exist between psychological/cognitive factors and the pain experience of women with a diagnosis of endometriosis, according to a recent study.
A new study explored whether there is higher risk of very preterm birth (< 32 weeks’ gestation) in thyroid peroxidase antibody (TPOAb)-positive women compared to TPOAb-negative women.
Combined rescue therapy with vaginal progesterone, cervical cerclage and the Arabin cervical pessary may have potential in pregnant women with a short cervical length and a high background risk for preterm delivery, according to new research.
A recent study looked to determine the 10-year cumulative incidence of breast cancer versus death from causes other than breast cancer according to comorbidity and age.
Giving adolescents same-day access to long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARC) in a Medicaid setting may save insurers money, according to results of a new economic evaluation.
Newly published research contradicts earlier findings about pubic hair grooming as a risk factor for sexually transmitted infection (STI).
From a USPSTF updates BRCA1/2 screening to a vaginal ring that has shown effectiveness against HIV, these five of the most noteworthy gynecologic-focused studies published in August 2019.
This summary of SMFM Consult Series #48 provides answers to 15 frequently asked questions about postpartum contraception.