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Infertility – SOGC 2011

Infertility No conception after 12 months of unprotected and frequent intercourse Primary – no previous pregnancy Secondary – after previous pregnancy 1 When a patient consults you with concerns about difficulties becoming pregnant: a) Take an appropriate history (e.g., ask

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Vaginitis – CANADIAN Guideline 2013

1 In patients with recurrent symptoms of vaginal discharge and/or perineal itching, have a broad differential diagnosis (e.g., lichen sclerosus et atrophicus, vulvar cancer, contact dermatitis, colovaginal fistula), take a detailed history, and perform a careful physical examination to ensure appropriate investigation or

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Vaginal Bleeding – SOGC 2013

Abnormal uterine bleeding: Change in frequency, duration or amount of menstrual flow Normal Menses: Last up to 7 d, ~35ml of blood loss, wide range of normal Menorrhagia – xs bleeding during menses Metrorrhagia – uterine bleeding at irregular times Oligomenorrhea –

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Breast Lump – CTFPHC 2011

Breast Lump Any lump / mass noted on clinical exam or by pt 1 Given a well woman with concerns about breast disease, during a clinical encounter (annual or not): a) Identify high-risk patients by assessing modifiable and non-modifiable risk factors

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Sex – SOGC 2013

1 In patients, specifically pregnant women, adolescents, and perimenopausal women: a) Inquire about sexuality (e.g., normal sexuality, safe sex, contraception, sexual orientation, and sexual dysfunction). b) Counsel the patient on sexuality (e.g., normal sexuality, safe sex, contraception, sexual orientation, and

Posted in 82 Sex, 99 Priority Topics, FM 99 priority topics, Gyne

Rape/Sexual Assault – TN2014

General Approach: ABCs, treat acute, serious injuries Ensure pt is not left alone & provide ongoing emotional support Set aside adequate time for exam (~1.5hr) Obtain consent for medical exam & Tx, collection of evidence, disclosure to police (notify police

Posted in 78 Rape / Sexual Assault, 99 Priority Topics, FM 99 priority topics, Gyne

Gender Specific Issues

Gender Specific Issues 1 In the assessment of clinical problems that might present differently in men and women, maintain an inclusive differential diagnosis that allows for these differences (e.g., women with coronary artery disease, depression in males). 2 As part

Posted in 42 Gender Issues, 99 Priority Topics, FM 99 priority topics, Gyne
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