A study designed to inform a new World Health Organization (WHO) guideline shows that positive motherhood is what matters to postpartum women.
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread, exposing significant healthcare disparities within America’s healthcare system.
Rates of vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC) in the United States are on the rise, but the Healthy People 2020 goal for the marker—18.3%—isn’t likely to be reached for another 10 years, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Lauren is a 37-year-old with a long history of recurrent major depression who is currently stable on vortioxetine, a newer antidepressant. She presents for advice regarding psychiatric medication use during pregnancy.
A new study suggests that certain sexually trasmitted infections, such as herpes simplex virus 2, may have a role in the development of certain types of ovarian cancer.
The National Institutes of Health has released a comprehensive set of guidelines for the treatment of COVID-19, which includes recommendations for the care of pregnant women.
Contemporary OB/GYN Senior Editor Angie DeRosa interviews Dr. Laura Riley, MD, a renowned obstetrician who specializes in obstetric infectious disease. Dr. Riley weighs in on COVID-19.
Endometriotic patients who were underweight before conception had a significantly higher rate of preterm birth (PTB) than underweight women without endometriosis, according to new research.
This special article series features the perspective of patients who are pregnant during the COVID-19 pandemic and steps they are taking to ensure their safety and the safety of their babies. This is the first story in the series.
A recent study assessed the multifactorial variables associated with poorer quality of sleep in women with endometriosis.