Interstitial cystitis/bladder pain syndrome (IC/BPS) is now recognized as a common etiology in women with chronic pelvic pain.
In 2014, 1.3 million women in the United States delivered via cesarean, placing the rate at 32.2%, down just .7% from the peak in 2009.
Valuable evidence-based information for clinicians on counseling BRCA mutation carriers and on the safety, efficacy, and uptake of the HPV vaccine.
Surgeons at the Cleveland Clinic performed the procedure in hopes of "curing" absolute uterine-factor infertility, but announced on March 9 that the organ had had to be removed.
In high-risk patients, use of ultrasound for prenatal diagnosis of this anomaly can enable cesarean delivery and avoid rupture of fetal vessels.
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An overview of anti-epileptic drugs and their use during pregnancy, as well as other perinatal considerations for women with seizure disorders.