In the fall, the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology announced they'd clarified the requirements doctors needed to meet to be a board certified gynecologist. Except in a few circumstances, these rules exempted doctors who worked with men their certification. After backlash from that decision grew, the ABOG has…
In September, the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology changed their definition of what it means to be a board certified gynecologist: you can only treat women. "What?" you might be saying to yourself. "Hasn't that always been the case?" Nope, and this new limitation isn't a good thing.
A survey of 1,800 practicing ob-gyns found that while 97 percent of them have encountered a woman seeking an abortion, only 14 percent are willing or able to provide them.
If you're an overweight woman in South Florida, you may have trouble getting your annual pap smear — gynecologists in the region are starting to turn away women solely because of their weight.
The Daily Mail isn't exactly known for its progressive view of women. Then again, neither are Russian men. What happens when you bring the two together? Disaster. Pure and simple.
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