It was a very busy week for the Contemporary OB/GYN team.
This week’s top articles included:
Black women are more likely to undergo uterine fibroid (UF) treatments that are uterine-sparing compared with their White counterparts, according to a prospective cohort study in the Journal of Women’s Health.
“We need to find a good balance between conservative and surgical treatment,” said principal investigator Sylvia Mechsner, MD.
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A retrospective chart review has concluded that less than one-third of adolescents and young adults (AYAs) attended an initial follow-up visit after long-acting reversible contraception (LARC) insertion.
The study provides preliminary evidence of improvements in sexual function in breast cancer survivors who receive laser therapy.