Women with endometriosis seeking pain relief may want to consider cannabis or cannabidiol (CBD), according to a recent study presented at the 2019 American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists Global Congress.
A JAMA Psychiatry prospective cohort study found that scores for depression were higher among younger adolescents who used oral contraceptives (OCs) than those who did not, but the connection did not remain when all included age groups of the study were combined.
Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) have been associated with several toxic effects and a recent study appearing in the Journal of Women’s Health suggests that douching may contribute to higher VOC exposure in women.
Forceps deliveries are a unique and effective tool to assist patient and provider in achieving a vaginal delivery
Dr. Wong discusses the parts of the forceps and highlights the differences between various types.
Dr. Melissa S. Wong demonstrates a forceps delivery from beginning to end and provides step-by-step instructions.
A recent research letter in JAMA looked at crowd-diagnoses via social media to determine whether they were for a second opinion after seeing a health care professional.
Hormonal therapy is not without controversy but it is still one of the most effective treatments for patients with symptoms.
According to research published in Menopause, vaginal atrophy—a treatable condition—appears to be the most impactful factor for perimenopausal women and declining sexual function.
Hysteroscopic removal of intrauterine devices (IUDs) during the first trimester is a viable option for patients who wish to continue their pregnancy, according to a presentation at the AAGL 2019 Global Conference.
This month's web-exclusive Legally Speaking article examines a case where conflicting expert testimony and a sympathetic mother made for a difficult decision.