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Obstetrics & Gynecology
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Q: Who may utilize this program?
A: Emergency medical doctor, obstetricians & gynecologists, Registrar or consultant Ob/Gyn practitioner, postgraduate emergency medicine student, Postgraduate Ob/Gyn student, court officials, administrators, hospital workers, community counseling center workers, health department workers, medical students, patients, and the general public for education.

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Personal and social history
    What is your real, birth name?
    Where and when were you born?
    How old are you?
Menstrual history
Obstetric history
Past history
Family history
Contraceptive history
Complaint
History of Present Pregnancy
History of Present Illness
Provisional Diagnosis
Obstetric and Gynecologic Emergencies: Diagnosis and Management
Abortion
Abortion Complications
Abruptio Placentae
Amniotic Fluid Embolism
Asthma in Pregnancy
Bacterial Vaginosis
Breech Delivery
Conspiracies
Conization of Cervix
Corpus Luteum Rupture
Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding in Emergency Medicine
Dysmenorrhea
Dysmenorrhea in Emergency Medicine
Emergency Contraception
Early Pregnancy Loss
Early Pregnancy Loss in Emergency Medicine
Eclampsia
Ectopic Pregnancy
Ectopic Pregnancy in Emergency Medicine
Elective Abortion
Emergent Management of Abruptio Placentae
Emergent Treatment of Endometriosis
Endometritis
Hyperemesis Gravidarum
Hyperemesis Gravidarum in Emergency Medicine
Imperforate Hymen
Labor

Q: How do you know when you are in labor?
Q: What are the three stages of child birth labor?
Labor and Delivery in the Emergency Department
Lumbar Puncture
Medical termination of pregnancy
Macrosomia
Miscarriage
Ovarian Cysts in Emergency Medicine
Ovarian Torsion in Emergency Medicine
Premature Labor
Pelvic Ultrasonography
Placenta Previa
Placenta Previa in Emergency Medicine
Postpartum Hemorrhage
Postpartum Hemorrhage in Emergency Medicine
Postpartum Infections
Pregnancy Trauma
Rape
Rectocele
Rh Incompatibility
Response and management to other disasters
Struma Ovarii
Surgical Management of Ectopic Pregnancy
Twin-to-Twin Transfusion Syndrome
Uterine Prolapse in Emergency Medicine
Vaginitis
Vaginitis in Emergency Medicine
Vanishing Twin Syndrome
Vulvovaginitis in Emergency Medicine
Medical termination of pregnancy.
Who decides?
Who terminates?

Q: What are the indications of medical termination of pregnancy?
A: In case the pregnancy is the result of rape or conspiracy.
The woman could not cope with labor.
Due to ailment, the woman would not be able to bring up the child with love and care.
Even if any other person or group comes forward and takes responsibility for bringing up the baby, pregnancy can't go ahead.
We are dealing with a human being.
There is a difference between human pregnancy, family-centered maternity care, and poultry farms.
Other medical indications.

What should happen if these guidelines are violated?
Dishonorable discharge from service with punishment.

Who may violate these guidelines?
Medical doctors, judges, director of health, secretary of health, head of the state, county, city, and others.

Do you know any such situation or incident?
Episiotomy

Q: What is an episiotomy?
Q: When is an episiotomy necessary?


Cesarean section

Q: What is a cesarean section?
Q: When is a C-section needed?
Q: What are the risks of C-section?
Q: How is a C-section done?
Q: How long does it take to recover from a C-section?
Q: Why would I want to avoid a cesarean?
How might a disorder present differently in women than in men?
Why are women at risk for certain conditions?
What pathophysiologic aspects of disorders are unique in women?
What type of interventions are appropriate?
Infertility

Q: What is infertility?
A: If a couple is infertile, this means that they have been unable to conceive a child after 12 months of regular sexual intercourse without birth control.

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In vitro fertilization

It is claimed that on July 25, 1978, the world's first 'test tube baby' was born.
How many years did the couple have intercourse without birth control before it was decided to use in vitro fertilization?
What was the diagnosis?
What is the proof pregnancy was not due to in vivo fertilization, like a normal pregnancy?
How long will it take them to answer before this technique is recommended to others?

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Birth Control
Breast
Breast Lumps In Women
Bulimia
Cancer In Women
Cervical Dysplasia
Cystinuria
Contraception
    Q: What is contraception?
    Q: What different types of contraception are there?
Disease Prevention in Women
Diseases More Common In Women
Ethics
Endometriosis
Evaluation and Management of Cervical Abnormalities
Fibrocystic Breast Condition
Fertility, Birth Control and Infertility
Female Anatomy
Female Reproductive System
Female Hormones
Human Pregnancy
Klinefelter Syndrome
Menstrual Disorders
    Amenorrhea
    Dysmenorrhea
    Hypomenorrhea
    Menometrorrhagia
    Menorrhagia, or hypermenorrhea
    Metrorrhagia
    Oligomenorrhea
    Polymenorrhea
    Postmenopausal bleeding
    Premenstrual syndrome
    Primary amenorrhea
    Secondary amenorrhea
Menopause
Menstrual Cramps
Menstrual Cramps and PMS Medication Guide
Menstruation
Management of Contraception
Osteodystrophy
Osteoporosis
Ovarian Cysts
Paget's Disease of The Nipple
Polycystic Ovary
Premature Menopause
Premature Ovarian Failure (POF)
Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD)
Premenstrual Syndrome
Sexually Transmitted Disease
Sexuality
Turner Syndrome
Urinary Incontinence in Women
Urine Infection
Uterine Fibroids
Uterine Growths
Vaginal Delivery
Vaginal Bleeding
Vaginal Pain (Vulvodynia)
Vaginitis
Women's Health
Women's General Health and Wellness
Women's Cosmetic Concerns
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