HAVE YOU READ THESE 2012 ARTICLES ON CONTRACEPTION?
Does the risk of unplanned pregnancy outweigh the risk of VTE from hormonal contraception?
Jennifer Gunter, MD (Guest Editorial, October 2012)
Your age-based guide to comprehensive well-woman care
Robert L. Barbieri, MD (October 2012)
Women’s health care under the Affordable Care Act: What’s covered?
Lucia DiVenere, MA (September 2012)
SECOND OF 2 PARTS: Let’s increase our use of implants and DMPA and improve contraceptive effectiveness in this country
Robert L. Barbieri, MD (Editorial, September 2012)
FIRST OF 2 PARTS: Let’s increase our use of IUDs and improve contraceptive effectiveness in this country
Robert L. Barbieri, MD (Editorial, August 2012)
Malpositioned IUDs: When you should intervene (and when you should not)
Kari P. Braaten, MD, MPH; Alisa B. Goldberg, MD, MPH (August 2012)
Update on Contraception
Tami Rowen, MD, MS; Mitchell D. Creinin, MD (August 2012)
Does long-acting reversible contraception prevent unintended pregnancy better than OCs, transdermal patch, and vaginal ring-regardless of a patient’s age?
Andrew M. Kaunitz, MD (Examining the Evidence, July 2012)
An app to help your patient remember to take her OC
Jennifer Gunter, MD (Practice Extenders, July 2012)
Are IUDs the next morning after pill?
(Web News, June 2012)
Drospirenone-containing birth control pills may increase risk of blood clots
(Web News, April 2012)
How to choose a contraceptive for your postpartum patient
Ian Tilley, MD, MSc; Daniel Mishell, Jr, MD (March 2012)
Half of adolescent mothers didn’t use any contraception
(Web News, February 2012)
How to prepare your patient for the many nuances of postpartum sexuality
Roya Rezaee, MD; Sheryl Kingsberg, PhD (January 2012)