Evidently Cochrane aims to make Cochrane evidence really accessible, and to encourage discussion about it, through blogs which usually feature new or updated Cochrane reviews on a health topic. It is for everyone who is interested in finding and using the best quality evidence to inform decisions about health. Many of the blogs are written for people making choices about their own health or supporting friends and family in doing so. The blogs give accessible summaries of reliable evidence, giving an explanation for medical and research terms when needed. We think that the blogs written for a non-medical audience will be of interest to healthcare professionals too, as Cochrane evidence on interventions is important for both.
Here we have collated all Evidently Cochrane blogposts related to topics on gynaecology, fertility, and women’s health that feature new or updated Cochrane Gynaecology and Fertility reviews.
- Endometriosis: #MyEndometriosisQuestion – a special series including
- Blood tests for diagnosing endometriosis: the latest evidence
• IVF add-ons: the latest Cochrane evidence
• Exercise for period pain: New evidence to support exercising to reduce painful cramping
• What can be done to help heavy periods?
• Polycystic ovary syndrome: how can it be treated?
• Hormone Therapy for the Menopause after Endometriosis Surgery – Friend or Foe?
• No sex please, we’re menopausal!
• Treating pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS): what’s the evidence?
• Vaginal prolapse: how do different surgical approaches compare?
• Can psychological therapies help subfertile couples? Finding the answer is harder than you think?
• Tubal flushing: might it help you get pregnant?
• Timed intercourse: will it help you conceive?
• Everything I needed to know about the menopause… No One Told Me
• Making sense of the menopause: experience, evidence and you
• Let’s talk about the menopause
• Endometriosis: tackling pain and subfertility