Electrical pudendal nerve stimulation (EPNS) may be a better treatment approach than transvaginal electrical stimulation (TES) for drug-refractory female idiopathic urgency urinary incontinence (UUI), a study suggests.
Antidepressant use during the first trimester of pregnancy may develop a higher risk of major congenital abnormalities, according to a recent study.
Pregnancy outcomes, both maternal and neonatal, appear to be satisfying in women with spinal cord injury (SCI) under the management of a multidisciplinary team involving specialists of neurological disability and pregnancy, a study has found.
Both standardized and individualized treatment regimes for multiherb Chinese herbal medicine have comparable clinical efficacies and safeties when used to promote menstrual regularity, a new study reports.
Women with genitourinary syndrome of menopause (GSM) may benefit from fractional CO2 laser therapy, with a recent study showing that the treatment approach safely induces improvements in symptoms and pain.
Birth weight is strongly associated with the risk of stillbirth, infant death and neonatal morbidity, according to a new study. In addition, partial customization of centiles does not enhance prediction performance.
Prioritizing a disaggregated regional targeting of quality maternal care is central in decreasing maternal mortality rates in Indonesia, according to a new study. Aside from wealth and educational gaps, regional differences produce significant disparities in maternal care received.
Older postmenopausal women with increased levels of follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) appear to have lower prevalence and incidence of type 2 diabetes, as well as lower fasting insulin levels, a recent study has found.
Paracardial adipose tissue (PAT) was significantly associated with an increased risk of coronary artery calcification (CAC) in postmenopausal women, a recent study has shown.
Syndromes affecting bowel health in cancer survivors may occur as late effects of pelvic radiotherapy
Five symptoms that affect bowel health may be attributed to late effects of radiotherapy, new study reports. Studying the underlying causes of these symptoms should simplify the prevention and treatment of a variety of other downstream symptoms.