Babies born vaginally have a different microbiome to those born by Caesarean section and have heightened responses to childhood vaccinations.
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Treatment of high-grade vulvar intraepithelial neoplasia should be driven by the clinical characteristics of the vulvar lesions, patients’...
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Standardization of surgical processes, with adjustment based on unique individual characteristics, improves outcomes
ObGyns need to embrace the now years-long availability of office hysteroscopy, resisting the performance of dilation and curettage procedures, so...
Even before Dobbs, few offered mifepristone/misoprostol to patients with early pregnancy loss, small survey suggests.
“One of the greatest take-home points from the study was that early skin-to-skin really promoted initiation of breastfeeding.”
Lakeland Regional Health sent letters to patients who had undergone “wrong stitch” surgeries, cautioning of possible postsurgical complications....
Patients who want to preserve their uterus during surgical repair for uterovaginal prolapse have a number of options for management. Here,...
Eleven years after delivery cesarean delivery was associated with a 74% increased likelihood of pain in the vagina during sex, compared with...