The latest Editor's Choice study examines whether maternal mortality risks mount when birthing people have multiple characteristics associated with higher risk.
Authors examined condom use by new LARC users and found it to be lower among those aged 20-34.
Authors compared adverse events for abortions performed by OBGYNs to those performed by other types of physicians and did not find them to be different.
In the latest Editor's Choice, authors examined whether those who gave birth for the first time at age 35 or older had a greater risk of cardiovascular disease after age 42.
WASHINGTON, DC (March 21, 2022)—Uninsurance after postpartum Medicaid insurance coverage expires—a phenomenon known as insurance churn—can leave women with limited access to care at a time when they need it.