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Perineal tears during childbirth
Different types of tears that can occur during childbirth What are perineal tears? Your perineum is the area between your vaginal opening and back passage (anus). It is common for the perineum to tear to some extent during childbirth. Tears can also
Study suggests epidural does not slow second stage of labour
A study published in the journal Obstetrics & Gynaecology, showed that the use of epidural analgesia in the second stage of labour made no difference to duration of labour, and suggests that the practise of minimising pain management in labour may
Case ascertainment
Intrapartum stillbirths and early neonatal deaths are cross-checked against data from MBRRACE-UK.   MBRRACE-UK conduct case ascertainment against Office for National Statistics and National Records of Scotland birth and death registration data and
Chronic Pelvic Pain, Initial Management (Green-top Guideline No. 41)
This guideline provides an evidence-based summary for the generalist to facilitate appropriate investigation and management of women presenting for the first time with chronic pelvic pain.
Subscribe to the Trainees’ Register – UK trainees
Join the Trainees' Register Who can join the Trainees' Register? UK trainees should subscribe to the Trainees' Register by completing the form below.You must be logged in to see the form. Non-UK trainees are not eligible to join the Trainees' Register,
Management of Bladder Pain Syndrome (Green-top Guideline No. 70)
This guideline provides evidence-based information for primary and secondary care clinicians on the symptoms and treatment options for bladder pain syndrome (BPS) in women.
Cervical cancer
This page provides information for women, their partners and families about cervical cancer.  About cervical cancer Cervical cancer affects the cells of the lining of the cervix (the neck of the womb), which is the opening from the womb to the
General information about fertility treatment
  What reproductive technologies are available to influence fertility? www.britishfertilitysociety.org.uk/­fei/what-reproductive-technologies-are-available-to-influence-fertility/     FNUK: Fertility treatment options http://
Pelvic organ prolapse
This patient information leaflet provides advice for women who have been told they have, or think they may have, a prolapse into the vagina.
Animation videos
The 2 animations below were produced by the Fertility Education Initiative (FEI), chaired by Professor Adam Balen. The FEI is a multi-organisation collaboration which includes the British Fertility Society (BFS), the RCOG and the FSRH, amongst many

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