The Burden of Endometriosis
Endometriosis experts describe the potential physical, social, and psychological impact the disease may have on patients lives.
Complications Associated With Endometriosis
A panel of experts provide an overview of the health complications that are associated with endometriosis.
Contraceptive pipeline: 2023 outlook
In this interview, Michael Krychman, MD, a community-based gynecologist in Newport Beach, California, takes a look at 2022 advances within the contraceptive space, as well as looks toward the future.
Main Types of Endometriosis
Sawsan As-Sanie, MD, Jessica Shim, MD, Robert Taylor, MD, PhD, and Linda Giudice, MD, PhD, discuss the 3 main types of endometriosis and the commonly associated symptoms and risk factors.
Prevalence of Endometriosis
Hugh Taylor, MD, leads a discussion with a panel of experts about the prevalence of endometriosis.
Harris Poll study from BD reveals knowledge gap and inequity in HPV screening and cervical cancer
Jeff Andrews, MD, ob-gyn and vice president of Medical Affairs at BD, sits with Contemporary OB/GYN® to discuss the findings from a survey by the Harris Poll regarding HPV and cervical cancer screening.
Unmet Needs in Contraception
Jenna Beckham, MD, MSPH, FACOG, and Thomas Kimble, MD, comment on unmet needs and challenges faced by patients looking for contraception.
Educational Resources on Contraceptive Options
Experts in gynecology share practical resources for patients and providers on the currently available contraceptive options.
Benefits of Recently Approved Contraceptives
Drs Jenna Beckham and Thomas Kimble review the benefits of newly approved contraceptive systems, such as use in women with higher BMIs and ease of access.
Impact of Routes of Administration on Contraceptive Adherence
Jenna Beckham, MD, MSPH, FACOG, and Thomas Kimble, MD, discuss patient misconceptions around contraceptive options and the impact on adherence.
Hormonal Patch and Vaginal Gel Contraceptives
Drs Jenna Beckham and Thomas Kimble comment on hormonal patch and vaginal gel contraceptives.
Additional Methods of Contraception
Experts in gynecology review other contraception methods, including the contraceptive ring and drospirenone and estetrol tablets.
Overview of Approved Contraceptives: Drospirenone
Jenna Beckham, MD, MSPH, FACOG, and Thomas Kimble, MD, provide an overview of newly approved contraceptive modalities.
Cardiovascular Risks Associated With Contraceptive Use
Thomas Kimble, MD, reviews potential cardiovascular risks associated with some contraceptives.
Contraception for Patients With Higher BMI
Drs Jenna Beckham and Thomas Kimble discuss the safety and efficacy of contraceptives for patients with a higher body mass Index (BMI).
Use of Hormonal Contraceptive Agents
Thomas Kimble, MD, provides an overview of currently available hormonal contraceptive options.
Restrictions on reproductive rights with David Hackney, MD, MS
Hear from David Hackney, MD, MS, maternal-fetal medicine physician at Case Western Reserve University and chair of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists' Ohio chapter, as he recaps the restrictions on reproductive rights from a ground-floor perspective.
Scynexis CEO talks recent ibrexafungerp approval
Marco Taglietti, MD, president and CEO of Scynexis, sits with Contemporary OB/GYN® to discuss the recent approval of ibrexafungerp (Brexafemme) for the reduction in incidence of recurrent vulvovaginal candidiasis.
Role of Pharmacists and Other Healthcare Professionals in Contraceptive Counseling
Experts in gynecology consider the role of pharmacists and other healthcare providers in contraceptive counseling and education.
Communicating With Patients About Contraceptives
Jenna Beckham, MD, MSPH, FACOG, and Thomas Kimble, MD, highlight key points to share with a patient who has just been prescribed a contraceptive.
Miscarriage Management mHTR vs Blind D&C
In this program, OBGYN experts discuss the principals of miscarriage management and hysteroscopically-guided procedures.
Initiating Contraception Conversations With Patients
Drs Jenna Beckham and Thomas Kimble share their thoughts on initiating conversations surrounding contraception options with patients.
Prevalence of Contraceptive Use in the US
Jenna Beckham, MD, MSPH, FACOG, and Thomas Kimble, MD, provide an overview of the use of contraception methods in the US.
Future Directions in Recurrent Vulvovaginal Candidiasis Care
Michael L. Krychman, MD, and Jack D. Sobel, MD, discuss the importance of awareness and education about RVVC, particularly given the impact of symptoms on patients’ psychosocial and sexual behavior.
Tips for Treatment Selection in Recurrent Vulvovaginal Candidiasis
Michael L. Krychman, MD, and Jack D. Sobel, MD, discuss the practical challenges of access to newer, FDA-approved medications for RVVC and how the third-party reimbursement landscape may take shape in coming years.
How Emerging Agents Will Shape the Treatment Landscape for Recurrent Vulvovaginal Candidiasis
Experts explore the availability and cost as well as other unanswered questions regarding emerging agents for the treatment of RVVC.
Exploring Ibrexafungerp for the Treatment of Vulvovaginal Candidiasis
Michael L. Krychman, MD, and Jack D. Sobel, MD, review the mechanisms of ibrexafungerp and how it might fit in the treatment spectrum for RVVC.
The Role of Oteseconazole in the Treatment of Recurrent Vulvovaginal Candidiasis
Michael L. Krychman, MD, and Jack D. Sobel, MD, review the clinical implications of the recent approval of oteseconazole, which has been shown to be efficacious and well tolerated in RVVC treatment.
Part 2: Alternatives to hysterectomy & uterine-preserving options for fibroids
Hear from Kimberly Kho, MD, as she discusses her presentation at AAGL's 51st Global Congress on MIGS in Aurora, Colorado regarding alternatives to hysterectomy and uterine-preserving options for fibroids.
Part 1: Alternatives to hysterectomy & uterine-preserving options for fibroids
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