Experience in more than a quarter million women shows no significant association between use of powder in the genital area and ovarian cancer.
Results of a nationally representative study indicate that many young women receive gynecologic exams that may be unnecessary, and not in compliance with the latest ACOG guidance.
Two ob/gyns provide arguments for and against offering the procedure. This article, from Dr. Fader, covers the con side of the argument.
Two ob/gyns provide arguments for and against offering the procedure. This article, from Dr. Naumann, covers the pro side of the argument.
Besides routinely offering postpartum LARC to their patients, ob/gyns must advocate for policies that support these devices.
Gain revenue by overcoming barriers to longitudinal comprehensive care
Did this community physician act accordingly after the patient was diagnosed with MAP?
Awareness of intrauterine devices and contraceptive implants is high among women of reproductive age, but not as high for DMPA and oral contraceptives, according to a recent study.
Provider training boosted screening and education of teens but efforts to boost update of long-acting reversible contraception were less successful.
How to handle misinformed patients.