Take a look at the week's top stories.
Bacterial vaginosis during pregnancy may lead to increased risks for preterm birth, preterm delivery, and spontaneous abortion, according to new research in the Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics.
Michael L. Krychman, MD, and Jack D. Sobel, MD, review diagnostic criteria of diagnosis of RVVC and the impact of misdiagnosis.
Dextromethorphan was not a successful adjunctive pain management option for medication abortion, according to research results published in Contraception.
Cleveland Clinic begins charging for doctors’ time spent responding to some electronic messages.
In this episode of Pap Talk, Alison Cowan, MD, discusses her predictions for women's health trends in 2023.