Sexual transmission of COVID-19 is unlikely, according to a new international study published in Fertility & Sterility.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
New research suggests that certain sexually transmitted infections (STIs), such as Trichomonas vaginalis and Neisseria gonorrhea, may contribute to a higher risk of adverse pregnancy outcomes and preterm birth (PTB) in adolescents.
A new study suggests that certain sexually trasmitted infections, such as herpes simplex virus 2, may have a role in the development of certain types of ovarian cancer.
A randomized clinical trial explored whether an intervention that combines technology and community nurses could improve treatment outcomes for pelvic inflammatory disease.
A recent study indicates that providers may need to rethink their intervention methods when counseling adolescents.
Faced with the rapid increase in a potentially deadly—but preventable—congenital disease, it’s time for states to take action to require appropriate screening
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.
Cases of sexually transmitted diseases have been steadily increasing, according to a new CDC report, but ob/gyns can take steps to educate their patients.