OB/GYN INFORMATION CENTER
The USPSTF has updated its recommendations on the use of menopausal hormone therapy for the primary prevention of chronic conditions.
Women with significant attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder do not need to stop treatment during pregnancy.
Treatment with ADHD medication during pregnancy was associated with a higher risk for neonatal morbidity, especially central nervous system-related disorders such as seizures.
The standard treatment option for premenopausal women who do not wish to get pregnant is hysterectomy.
The program strives to modify teen attitudes toward sexuality and bring about life-changing behavior.
Patients who have birth plans should be prepared to make concessions to ensure the safety of their newborn.
Consensus regarding mammography screening varies, and conflicting guidelines from medical organizations can cause confusion for patients and providers.
A patient presents with chest pain 6 weeks after beginning use of a contraceptive device.