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  1. Content Article
    The report from the Pelvic Floor Society proposes changes in six key areas: Empowering and educating patients and beyond. Making use of technology. Integrating expertise. Looking again at surgical procedures. Making the most of our teams. Considering collaborations. Each area is addressed with its own chapter in the report.
  2. Content Article
    The following suggestions were agreed by all experts: Do not suggest laparoscopy to detect and treat superficial peritoneal endometriosis in infertile women without pelvic pain symptom. Do not recommend controlled ovarian stimulation and IUI in infertile women with endometriosis at any stage. Do not remove small ovarian endometriomas (diameter <4 cm) with the sole objective of improving the likelihood of conception in infertile patients scheduled for IVF. Do not remove uncomplicated deep endometriotic lesions in asymptomatic women, and also in symptomatic women not s
  3. Content Article
    Women's Lives, Women's Rights: Strengthening Access to Contraception Beyond the Pandemic also sets out detailed recommendations under the following sections: Funding Commissioning structures and accountability Workforce and training Data and monitoring Improving access to contraception Information and education Education settings. The full report and the executive summary can be accessed via the link below, or the attached documents.
  4. News Article
    The coronavirus pandemic has made a "difficult situation even worse" for women trying to access contraception, a group of MPs and peers has warned. Their inquiry claims years of cuts means patients "have to navigate a complex system just to receive basic healthcare". It warns damage caused by the pandemic could see a rise in unplanned pregnancies and abortions. Sexual health doctors say the service is "overstretched and underfunded". The All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Sexual and Reproductive Health says cuts to public health funding in England have had a wide-ranging impact,
  5. Community Post
    I have been looking into health campaigns recently. There seems to be many that are affecting womens health that are not being heard or taken seriously. Are there health inequalities at play here?
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