Obstetrics and gynaecology
Surgeon James Marion Sims brutalised Anarcha Westcott and dozens of others. Now a statue to their memory could be built at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.
Unless women are respected and listened to by the medical establishment, health scandals will continue to happen again and again, Sophie Wilkinson writes.
Episiotomies are no longer performed routinely, but they are still common.
"Producing cervical fluid is not something to be disgusted by or ashamed of."
Here we go again. It's Groundhog Day of yet another women’s health disaster
Women Are Not Calling Ambulances For 'Morning Sickness' – Doctors Need To Take Pregnancy Sickness More Seriously
There is a large group of women for whom hospital visits and repeated GP appointments could be avoided altogether if basic medication were provided appropriately