New research suggests that having patients lead in assessing their chances of having a successful vaginal birth after a c-section may be an untapped resource for achieving a more person-centered and equitable approach to counseling.
Past and current research highlights the ways in which adolescents could be disproportionally affected by these policies and abortion restrictions. A new publication from ANSIRH outlines this research.
New research from the COVID-19 Vaccination in Pregnancy and Lactation Study examined reactions and immune response to the vaccine during pregnancy, and health of mothers and infants until 1 year after birth.
Research led by Diane Tober looks at donors’ reports of experiences to explore possible linkages between stimulation protocols, donor production, and frequency and severity of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome.