Monthly Archives: May 2016


Rescue This: Thoughts on the 39 Week Debate 7

The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) had their Annual Clinical and Scientific Meeting last week, and one topic has stirred quite a bit of controversy. The debate centered on whether or not to induce all low risk women at 39 weeks in an effort to reduce neonatal and maternal morbidity and mortality.


Choosing a Birth Control Method

For many women and couples, side effects are a critical factor in choosing a birth control method. Side effects can be quite varied, from method to method as well as person to person. Not every user will have every possible side effect, but it’s important to understand the possibilities, almost all of which are temporary and will resolve when the method is stopped.