A study looks at two decades worth of data to test whether metformin reduces late miscarriage and PTB in women with PCOS.
Complications of Pregnancy
Earlier trials are contradicted by the results of a new study, and ob/gyns may want to rethink their prescribing habits.
Rising incidence rates of hepatitis C virus among pregnant women could indicate the need for universal screening, but as always, everything comes down to cost.
A new study suggests that changes in the fetal brain caused by infections during pregnancy may be linked with autism and possibly depression.
Maternal and fetal outcomes complicated by SLE require that patient, rheumatologist, and ob/gyn work as a team.
Molar pregnancies may be associated with serious morbidity so prompt diagnosis, appropriate management, and follow-up are essential.
A recent study examined associations between IPI after stillbirth and the risk of birth compliations in the subsequent pregnancy.
New international research offers data that ob/gyns can use to better manage cholestasis in pregnancy and counsel patients about risk of stillbirth associated with the condition.
Misdiagnosis is not uncommon but when faced with a bad situation there are steps that an ob/gyn can take to limit the damages.
Although human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination has decreased cervical cancer morbidity and mortality, secondary prevention through screening remains an important strategy. PLUS: Does being black influence hysterectomy route and outcomes? ALSO: Syphilis in pregnancy on the rise.