Aortic dissection during pregnancy or postpartum is rare.
Hospital-based water births had no higher risk for neonatal intensive care unit admission.
In 2017 to 2019, 65.3 percent of women aged 15 to 49 years in the United States used contraception, with female sterilization the most common method.
There was high statewide variation observed for eclampsia, indicating that the median odds of eclampsia were higher if the same women delivered in a US state with higher vs lower eclampsia prevalence.
Irregular and long menstrual cycles throughout the life course are associated with an increased risk for premature mortality.
Having two or more moderate or severe menopausal symptoms (MS) is associated with an increased risk for stroke and cardiovascular disease.
Perimenopausal women with a history of hypertensive disorders may be candidates for anticipatory guidance for menopause symptom management.
Early menarche in women is associated with worse cardiovascular health.
Certain reproductive factors may up the risk for obstructive coronary artery disease in postmenopausal women.
The efficacy of hormonal contraceptives may be reduced with use of antibiotics.
For women with premature ovarian insufficiency, continuous use of combined oral contraceptives is associated with increased BMD, similar to that seen with high-dose hormone therapy.