Preserving fertility in women facing cancerFertility preservation in reproductive-age women with cancer remains an important but under-represented topic. This review covers the risks of ...
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SMFM Consult--Prior non-lower segment uterine scarFrom the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine, a clear plan for when to schedule cesarean delivery in women with uterine scars from surgery or ... Nerve injury during bilateral tubal ligation December 01, 2013By Dawn Collins JDA woman suffers foot drop following a tubal ligation and sues her surgeons. What did the jury decide? PCOS in adolescents: beyond the reproductive implications December 01, 2013By Amy DiVasta MDPCOS is likely underdiagnosed, especially in adolescent patients. It is challenging to make a diagnosis during the 1–2 years following menarche ... ACOG task force on hypertension in pregnancy--A step forward in managementIn his final editorial of 2013, Dr. Lockwood comments on the recommendations of the ACOG Task Force on Hypertension in Pregnancy. Fetal Growth Restriction December 01, 2013By Joshua A. Copel MDGrowth-restricted fetuses pose many clinical conundrums: How to identify them? How to distinguish the small and normal from the small and ...
Bariatric surgery leads to better sex December 01, 2013By Miranda HesterFemale patients undergoing bariatric surgery may expect improvements in sexual function, according to one study. Mode of childbirth not linked to sexual function December 01, 2013By Miranda HesterAccording to a recent study, parity and mode of delivery do not have a significant impact on women's long-term sexual satisfaction.