What's coming to Contemporary OB/GYN this week?
In one of the largest studies on long COVID from the United Kingdom since the pandemic began, a new analysis suggests those with an increased body mass index (BMI) and women were more likely to experience long COVID.
A study published in the journal Contraception shows patients sought guidance from clinics to remove their own IUDs at a much higher rate than before the pandemic.
An analysis of data from nearly 900,000 women is providing clinicians with an overview of the cardiovascular risk associated with concomitant occurrence of a pair of conditions common among expectant mothers in the US and abroad.
Attendance and reimbursement increase when physicians and patients connect in online appointments.