Chronic pain appears to play a major role in the relationship between endometriosis and depression, according to a recent meta-analysis.
For a patient with a short cervix, you may want to consider using a pessary during her pregnancy.
Although two tocolytic agents have been used as monotherapies to prevent PTB, a recent study found they were more effective in combination.
A recent meta-analysis found that women with endometriosis have an increased risk of nearly 40% for certain types of cancers.
Ob/gyns treating patients with epilepsy should be aware of their higher risk for sexual dysfunction while also recognizing that the cause may be multifactorial.
Although PFMT has been primarily evaluated for urinary incontinence, new research suggests it may also have benefits for women who report painful sex.
Screening based solely on family history isn't sufficient enough, so new research suggests incorporating these additional tests into your screening practices.
New research illustrates how a modified genetic counseling model can be completed in half the time of the traditional model but still be just as effective in reducing cancer-specific distress.
An Egyptian study found that adding a simple step to the IUD insertion process resulted in a 93% success rate for women whose previous insertion attempt failed.
New research indicates that while combined oral contraceptives can be used to reduce heavy menstrual bleeding, evidence points to other contraceptive options as being even more effective.