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Establishing conception intentions and safer conception services for eliminating the vertical, and reducing the horizontal, transmission of HIV
Adolescent pregnancy, nutrition, and health outcomes in low‐ and middle‐income countries
Choice of primary outcomes evaluating treatment for heavy menstrual bleeding
Influence of methodology upon the identification of potential core outcomes
Trends in the use of emergency contraception in Britain
High hopes versus harsh realities
Risk of congenital anomalies after exposure to asthma medication in the first trimester of pregnancy – a cohort linkage study
Do asthma medications cause birth defects?
Lowering the high rate of caesarean delivery in China
From half to a third
Prolonged latency of preterm prelabour rupture of membranes and neurodevelopmental outcomes
Cardiotocography alone is outdated and ST analysis is the way forward in fetal monitoring
Cardiotocography alone is outdated and ST analysis is the way forward in fetal monitoring
Health‐related quality‐of‐life questionnaire for women with polycystic ovary syndrome
The Chinese version of the PCOSQ
Assigning cause of maternal death
Risk factors and newborn outcomes associated with maternal deaths in the UK from 2009 to 2013
Risk factors for maternal death revisited
Why women with previous caesarean and eligible for a trial of labour have an elective repeat caesarean delivery? A national study in France
Recommended repeat caesarean section
Rupture of a caesarean scar during a trial of vaginal birth
Increasing the availability and quality of caesarean section in Tanzania
‘Wrongful Birth’ following failed sterilisation
Barriers to accessing termination of pregnancy in a remote and rural setting
Evidence‐based practices can improve safety and timeliness of care for women needing safe termination of pregnancy
Tracking official development assistance for reproductive health in conflict‐affected countries
Official Development Assistance for reproductive health has increased but may not be going to those who need it the most
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