A jury recently awarded 78.5 million in a birth injury case.
A recent article published in the BMJ compared elective induction with expectant management.
The FDA issued a public health notification regarding use of surgical mesh for the repair of pelvic organ prolapsed and stress urinary incontinence. Surgical mesh has caused severe complications in some patients.
The debate over Makena vs. 17p in the prevention of preterm birth continues. What do you prescribe?
Are you performing a episiotomy on your patients during spontaneous vaginal deliveries?
New screening guidelines for the prevention and early detection of cervical cancer are now largely based on the patient’s age, and testing for HPV DNA has now been incorporated into the screening process.
IVF has made great strides in assisting women with infertility problems. However, many women believe that achieving pregnancy in their 40s is as simple as going to a fertility clinic.
A recent study shows that health care professionals continue to have misconceptions about the safety of IUDs for nulliparous women.
A recently published survey indicates that ob/gyns fail to routinely ask their patients about sexual problems, orientation, or sexual satisfaction, even though they routinely ask about sexual activity.
The North American Menopause Society has recently endorsed a flexible approach to the use of HRT that takes into account the individual patient’s needs, the type and timing of the therapy.