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New evidence-based guidelines provide guidance on medical and surgical methods for second-trimester abortion and management of associated complications.
In utero exposure to cigarette smoking puts women at higher risk of subsequently developing gestational diabetes or obesity in adulthood.
Menopausal hormone therapy should not be used for prevention of coronary heart disease.
A hysterectomy in midlife with or without ovarian conservation is unlikely to accelerate women's cardiovascular disease risk.
Even mild iodine deficiency during pregnancy is associated with adverse child cognitive development.
Ms. R, a 28-year-old G1P1 presents at four weeks postpartum requesting long-acting contraception via an IUD.
Mrs. A, a 35-year-old G2P2 reports for an annual exam and contraceptive counseling as a new patient to your practice. She states that her menstrual cycles are "regular," occurring monthly, but reports heavier bleeding, often passing clots. She also is experiencing increased cramping with her periods.
Mrs. E, a 55-year-old G1,P1 presents as a new patient, having just moved to the area. She admits to "missing" her annual GYN exams for "several years." She describes herself as "healthy and active" and states that she engages in regular exercise (walking).