Results of a new study by investigators in UK call into question whether ursodeoxycholic acid should be used to treat pregnant women with intrahepatic cholestasis.
Complications of Pregnancy
A recent analysis suggests that after a certain number of gestational weeks, the risk of stillbirth increases dramatically.
A recent study examined whether using an expanded definition for hypertension would result in better identification of women at risk for gestational hypertension.
Three cases illustrate the unique challenges ob/gyns face while caring for SCD patients at various life stages.
Here's how ob/gyns should counsel their pregnant patients to ensure their pregnancy is not complicated by measles.
Although the syndrome is named after the "father of hereditary cancer," it hasn't always been referred to as such.
Many pregnant patients have turned to the drug for relief of hyperemesis, but little is known about associated adverse maternal, perinatal, and neonatal outcomes.
A new study indicates that millions of women may not realize the impact age has on fertility due to coverage of celebrity pregnancies in consumer magazines.
For the first time, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has authorized marketing of a test to detect Zika virus immunoglobulin (IgM) antibodies in the bloodstream.
Results from a prospective study indicate that cfDNA testing for trisomy 21 may be just as effective in twin pregnancies as singletons.