Is it possible to be too cautious about prescribing medication to a breastfeeding patient? Absolutely. Two experts in this area provide an informed, balanced perspective.
Many women are more impaired by premenstrual symptoms such as depression, anxiety, mood swings, and anger than by physical changes. Lower and luteal-phase dosing with selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors is an effective treatment strategy.
When during the first trimester is it valuable to measure levels of this hormone and when is it a waste of time? Will giving your patients progesterone supplements help prevent miscarriage? Are they safe?
Mounting evidence suggests that a chronic oral infection may lead to an immune reaction that either triggers premature parturition or contributes to its onset.
Should women be permitted to request a C/S? Physicians on both sides of the debate offer cogent arguments. What they say can help your own approach.