Dr. Herbert Hodes, a Kansas ob-gyn, has a patient who is 18 1/2 weeks pregnant and has ruptured membranes.
And worryingly, 20 years after Roe vs. Wade, only 12 percent of ob-gyn programs taught abortion techniques.
As a result, nearly a quarter of U.S. ob-gyn clerkships do not include abortion training.
My sister”—an ob-gyn—“bought a $700,000 house with no money down.
Conrad was at the ob-gyn to check to see if, as the Maryland resident likes to put it, “My cervix is trying to kill me.”
An ob-gyn quoted by The New York Times in 2008 cited IUDs as one of the best methods for treating heavy menstrual bleeding.
But Dr. Rebecca Brightman, an ob-gyn in private practice, cautioned that such fears are overblown.
ob-gyn or OB/GYN (ō'bē-jē'wī-ěn')
The combined practice or field of obstetrics and gynecology.