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South Africa Congress, 2017
  The 2017 RCOG World Congress was held in Cape Town, South Africa, 20-22 March.     See also Eposters BJOG Journal with the Top 500 Abstracts    
RCOG statement on new research on drinking during pregnancy
New research published in BMJ Open suggests evidence for the potentially harmful effects of light or occasional drinking in pregnancy is 'surprisingly limited', but women are still better off avoiding all alcohol while pregnant.
Assessment and treatment for people with fertility problems (NICE clinical guideline 156)
This guideline offers best practice advice on assisting people of reproductive age who have problems conceiving.
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
Obesity and smoking in pregnancy associated with higher risk of PCOS in daughters
Women who smoke and are obese during pregnancy are more likely to have daughters who develop polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) later in life, according to a large study published online in BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
Management of babies born through meconium-stained liquor
  Situation During the care of a baby born at 40 weeks of gestation, the resuscitation team remained focused on the removal of meconium from the trachea with multiple episodes of intubation and suctioning. This delayed early lung inflation and,
Part 2 MRCOG exam
Everything you need to know about the Part 2 MRCOG exam If you're an exam candidate, check this section of the website regularly to keep up to date. Part 2 September 2020 exam update Please read full details and FAQs on the latest update here Part
VSO work in Kenya
Jessica Moore reports on her experiences on a VSO placement in Kenya. Having reached year 4 of SpR training in South Thames, I decided I needed a change of scene. I wanted to travel to a developing country and see a different kind of obstetrics and
Obituary: Sr Dr Maura Lynch (1938 - 2017)
After a lifetime devoted to the care of people in Africa, Sr Dr Maura Lynch (UCD Medicine 1964) acquired the Ugandan name ‘Nakimuli’ meaning ‘Beautiful Flower’. She returned to Dublin to train as a surgeon after twenty years of missionary medical care
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