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The influence of the COVID-19 outbreak on European trainees in obstetrics and gynaecology: A survey of the impact on training and trainee – DocWire…

This article was originally published here Eur J Obstet Gynecol Reprod Biol.

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Former Shanklin doctor Kenneth Kidd has died at 93 – Isle of Wight County Press

A WELL-KNOWN Isle of Wight doctor, integral in establishing Shanklin Medical Centre, has died aged 93. Kenneth Roland Kidd was born in Bath on October 2, 1927, and grew up in Bristol during the war years. His father was an innovative headmaster and his mother was an accomplished pianist

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Women as Authors of Randomized Controlled Trials of Minimally Invasive Surgery: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of 3 Decades of Trials – DocWire…

This article was originally published here J Am Coll Surg.

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Pregnant Covid positive women left with limited options in Noida – Hindustan Times

It took two days for Noida Sector 31 resident Utsav Kumar to find a bed for his pregnant and Covid positive wife Aditi Mittal and that too in Delhi.

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Soon, there may be more COVID-19 vaccines than people who want them. Here’s why experts are worried – KMBC Kansas City

By mid-May, the U.S. will likely be coming up against a significant obstacle in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic more doses of the vaccines than people who are willing to receive them, according to data that is worrying experts."Facebook runs a survey every day and we look at that data on a daily basis and that's shown that vaccine confidence in the U.S. has been slowly but steadily going down since February," said Dr.

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Odisha’s first case of harlequin ichthyosis reported in Berhampur – Down To Earth Magazine

Odisha reported its first-ever case of a baby born withharlequin ichthyosis, a rare genetic condition, at a hospital inBerhampur in the states Ganjam districtApril 22, 2021. The baby girl was born to a 30-year-old woman who has multiple congenital anomalies, Santosh Kumar Mishra, superintendent of the medical college and hospital, said

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Non-hormonal birth control is a better option for some people here are the pros and cons – Insider

When it comes to using birth control to prevent pregnancy, you have several options. These can be divided into two categories: hormonal and non-hormonal forms of birth control

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Top reasons to be on Birth Control – SF Weekly

Medically reviewed by Pandia Healths CEO/Co-Founder Sophia Yen, MD, MPH Written by Aariyana Britton, B.Sc Birth control can be a sensitive topic todiscuss. But, at Pandia Health, we live, breathe, eat, prescribe, and talkbirth control. Many different types of birth control/contraception methods canhelp with hormonal and uterine wellbeing.

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Mirena IUD side effects: Impact on mood, weight, and more – Medical News Today

The Mirena intrauterine device (IUD) is a long-acting contraceptive that works by releasing a synthetic form of the hormone progesterone into the uterus. Some of the more common side effects include changes in vaginal bleeding. Many people use the Mirena IUD and have no unwanted effects

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The Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Pause Is Good News for Taking Women’s Health Seriously – Teen Vogue

But womens health researchers say that the state of birth control research has improved significantly since the pill was first introduced in the 1960s. And thanks to advocacy that started decades ago and pushed for womens inclusion generally in clinical trials in the 1990s, women were equitably represented in the COVID vaccine trials.

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New Study Finds Women Are More Likely To Get The COVID-19 Vaccine Than Men – CBS Pittsburgh

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) A new study shows there is a growing gender gap in the race to get vaccinated, and it is men who are not rolling up their sleeves. In the US, women are getting vaccinated at a 10% higher rate than men, even though the adult population is split about 50 / 50.

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A New Front in the Fight for Reproductive Rights – Global Press Journal

BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA Norma was 20 years old and homeless when the police took her to a psychiatric hospital, where she has lived for the past five years. She was pregnant at the time and gave birth to a son a few months later.

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Pregnancy and epilepsy – Norton Healthcare

If you have epilepsy, but are thinking of getting pregnant, you may have questions about how epilepsy affects pregnancy or a fetus. Epilepsy affects each person differently, based on medication, hormones, and other factors

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5 Ways To Improve Maternal Health by Addressing the Climate Crisis – Center For American Progress

The global climate crisis is anticipated to have far-reaching effectsfrom rising sea levels to hotter temperatures to more frequent extreme weather eventsall of which are expected to negatively affect human health. New research is also helping the public to better understand how climate change will negatively affect maternal health outcomes, such as by increasing the risk of preterm birth, pregnancy-related complications, and poor maternal mental health.

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Tulip, the World’s Largest Egg Donor Matching Platform, Announces Closure of $1.7 Million Seed Funding Round – PRNewswire

SAN FRANCISCO, April 19, 2021 /PRNewswire/ --Tulip, the world's largest egg donor database and trusted resource for intended parents to find their ideal donor, today announced the closing of a $1.7 Million seed fundraising round. Launched in November of 2020, Tulip has quickly amassed donors from 90% of the agencies in the U.S - with nearly 20,000 egg donors within its database.

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It’s Okay if Your Motherhood Journey Doesn’t Look Like You Imagined, Take It From These Stars – E! Online

For Brewster, being unable to carry her sons brought on a whole host of different insecurities. "I didn't know anyone else who needed gestational surrogacy," she said, "and then later on I found out that, like, there were people around me who did, but just didn't talk about it." So as she chattedwith other moms in Texas, where she was filmingTNT's Dallas remake, and then in her L.A. moms' group, she felt like the "weirdo," certain that everyone else was judging her betweentalk of sleep training and tummy time

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The Sad Reason Shannen Doherty Never Had Children – Nicki Swift

Shannen Doherty isn't shying away from the reality of having Stage 4 metastatic breast cancer. Far from it, she's confronting the way her body has changed, is continuing to change, and what her relationship to her body is.

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Rome homeless get free COVID-19 shots – and a visit from the Pope – Reuters

Pope Francis visited homeless and needy people getting free COVID-19 vaccines from his Vatican charity on Friday as he celebrated his name day, the feast of St. George.

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The Stroller, April 20, 2021: Events in the Alle-Kiski Valley – TribLIVE

Publicize your club meetings, events and fundraisers in The Stroller.

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Infertility and my path to surrogacy – CNN

"I'm sorry," she said. "I don't hear the heartbeat today." At that moment, I swear I could feel my actual soul fracture. How could this be happening?

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This week marks National Infertility Awareness Week and couples share stories as sign of hope – News 5 Cleveland

CLEVELAND Anyone can be challenged to start a family. Infertility can plague people of any race, religion or person of economic status

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Womens Health: National Infertility Awareness Week – NEWS10 ABC

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) April 18-24 marks National Infertility Awareness Week, uniting all those struggling to build a family. The CDC reports that 1 in 8 couples have trouble getting or staying pregnant

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INVO Bioscience Joins in Supporting RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association During its National Infertility Awareness Week (NIAW) – PRNewswire

SARASOTA, Fla., April 22, 2021 /PRNewswire/ --INVO Bioscience, Inc. (NASDAQ: INVO), a medical device company focused on commercializing the world's only in vivo Intravaginal Culture System (IVC), INVOcell, an effective and affordable treatment for patients diagnosed with infertility, today announced that it has joined in supporting RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association, anon-profit action-based, infertility and family building advocacyorganizationwho strivefor increased access to all family building options. RESOLVE is currently hosting their National Infertility Awareness Week, from April 18 to April 24 (#NIAW2021).

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Emmy-Winning Journalist and E! Entertainment’s Lilliana Vazquez Announces Pregnancy After Six-Year Infertility Battle and Shares Partnership with…

NEW YORK, April 22, 2021 /PRNewswire/ --In2015, Lilliana Vazquez began a six-year long battle with infertility. She had just received the results of a fertility hormone test confirming that at 35 years young, her anti-Mullerian hormone (AMH) levels were virtually undetectable - in short, her ovarian reserve (egg count) was so low, it was comparable to a woman about to enter menopause

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Hilaria Baldwin reflects on miscarriages during Infertility Awareness Week: ‘I think of the babies I lost daily’ – Yahoo Lifestyle

Hilaria Baldwin honored Infertility Awareness Week by reflecting on her pregnancy losses. (Photo: ANGELA WEISS/AFP via Getty Images) Hilaria Baldwin opened up about her two miscarriages, which she experienced in 2019, in an emotional tribute to "the babies I lost." On Saturday, the 37-year-old yoga instructor and podcast host who shares six children with husband Alec Baldwin daughter Carmen, 7, and sons Leonardo, 4, Rafael, 5, Romeo, 2, Eduardo, 7 months and daughter Lucia, who was born via surrogate nearly two months ago shared two photos, both depicting her pregnant. "It is Infertility Awareness Weekand while I am so blessed to have my babies, I have a few angels too," wrote Hilaria of the annual observance from April 18 to 24

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