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Mood changes and depression
This page provides information for women, their partners and families about mood changes and depression during menopause and later life. Mood changes The menopause can lead to changes in your mood, anxiety and lower energy. This is due to your body
Fertility tests
There are a range of different tests which may be offered to try to identify the cause of fertility problems. Your GP or family doctor may carry out some tests to start with such as blood or sperm tests to rule out key issues, and they may refer you
Care in subsequent pregnancies following stillbirth: an international survey of parents
Plain language summary from BJOG's Stillbirth themed issueRead the full study   Study rationale and design More than two million babies are stillborn every year. Most parents will conceive again soon after having a stillborn baby. These
Maternal Mental Health - Women's Voices report
Women’s experiences highlight urgent need to improve maternal mental healthcare Women with mental health problems during and after pregnancy reveal the impact of low rates of specialist referral, long waits, as well as lack of consensus over medication
Tim Chard Case History Prize
Comprised of 3 prizes, the Tim Chard Case History Prize has been generously endowed by the Bart’s and The London school of Medicine to further the contribution of the late professor Tim Chard in obstetrics and gynaecology.   Prize First prize:
Surgical sperm retrieval
If there are male fertility problems which mean there are no sperm present in the semen, it may still be possible to retrieve sperm directly from the testes. This is particularly useful for men who have had a vasectomy.     BFS quick guide:
Endometriosis Awareness Week 2018
For Endometriosis Awareness Week (3-11 March), the charity, Endometriosis UK, is asking women what they wish they had been told about the condition. Catherine Nestor, Co-Vice Chair of the RCOG Women’s Network, speaks out about her experience of
Genital herpes in pregnancy
This patient information leaflet provides advice about genital herpes in pregnancy, including treatment options and what it may mean for your baby.
Obituary: Charles Primrose Douglas
17/2/1921 – 23/8/2005 Charles Primrose Douglas was born on 17th February 1921. He was educated at Loretto School in Edinburgh. His preclinical education was in Cambridge at Peterhouse and then his clinical training was in Edinburgh, qualifying in 1943.
CPD FAQs: non-RCOG members and non-UK participants
This page provides answers to CPD FAQs from non-RCOG members and non-UK participants: RCOG Fellows and Members practising outside the UK Non-members of the RCOG RCOG Fellows and Members practising outside the UK I practise outside the UK but wish to

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