Changes in obstetric practice over the past 20 years may have led to declining birth weights, according to new research from Demography.
As patients increasingly present with organ prolapse or incontinence, they may require a safe, effective, and non-surgical treatment option.
Can technology help provide answers to a complex condition? This guide demonstrates how to use ultrasound as a first-line diagnostic tool.
Findings from a study in The European Journal of Contraception & Reproductive Health indicate a variation in virulence among Candida species in reaction to IUD use.
When long-acting reversible contraception (LARC) was offered to teenage mothers prior to hospital discharge, it drastically reduced the rate of rapid repeat pregnancy, according to a study of adolescents in Indiana.
Women with pregestational diabetes mellitus (DM) who recognize benefits in contraception and preconception care are much more likely to use contraception postpartum, according to a survey in the Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecologic & Neonatal Nursing.
This case study illustrates how to navigate the complex issues ob/gyns may encounter when counseling patients with a cognitive impairment.
These recommendations, based on the observations of a patient, is a Top 8 list of ways to optimize an outpatient visit for reproductive health care for women with spinal cord injury or disease.
Physicians should meet with their attorneys to prepare for any testimony, especially in cases with documentation discrepancies and unreliable physician-nurse communication.