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Treatments for opioid use disorder among pregnant and reproductive-aged women

Treatments for opioid use disorder among pregnant and reproductive-aged women
The increased prevalence of opioid use disorder and access to medical insurance is subsequently increasing the likelihood that medical professionals will encounter individuals with opioid use disorder. Sharp increases in opioid use disorder among women mean that obstetricians, gynecologists, and other reproductive medicine providers may be especially likely to encounter such patients. Medical professionals’ understanding of treatment for opioid use disorder and their roles in their patients’ treatment may increase referrals to treatment, reduce stigma, and improve the quality of medical care.
Source: fertstert.org

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