There is increased likelihood of having patients with prior C-section undergo trial of labor and achieving vaginal birth during night floats.
OB/GYNs should be taking a more active role in protecting their patient's rights.
Similar initial hCG levels with single- and double-dose MTX protocols, but shows a more rapid decline with single-dosage.
However, the use of antiretroviral therapy is associated with significantly lower rates of early HIV transmission.
There was a similar decrease in the proportion of normal vaginal microbiota for both the treatment and placebo groups.
ACOG states that although water immersion may help during early labor, it actually poses significant risks during delivery.
We can no longer dismiss the dissatisfaction many women feel with the medicalization of the birthing experience.
It was hoped and expected that OB/GYN Hospitalists would improve the quality and safety of obstetric care.
"Women are structurally inadequate for intercourse. This is a pathological condition amenable by surgery," so claimed Dr. James C. Burt, a gynecologist and obstetrician, in his 1975 book, Surgery of Love. Unfortunately, for many patients, Dr. Burt's genital reconstruction typically resulted in the exact opposite effect he proclaimed his procedures would have on them. Most of his patients suffered several side effects, including sexual dysfunction because of pain during intercourse, infection, and the need for corrective surgery after undergoing Dr. Burt's bizarre medical procedures.