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Pelvic Inflammatory disease is a condition that results from longstanding STIs. According to the CDC, symptoms include all of the following except:
STIs may lead to chronic inflammation, which is a risk factor for
Statistics indicate that approximately 6-10% of all incarcerated women are pregnant. Most are considered high risk because
The typical schedule for prenatal visits, whether they occur off-site or the provider comes on-site, includes
Detoxification of a pregnant woman must consider the unborn child. Thus, it should only occur under the management of an obstetrical specialist.
The American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ACOG) published recommendations for the care of pregnant and post-partum incarcerated women that include all of the above, except:
Active labor includes
Shackling pregnant women, especially during active labor, is necessary for security reasons.