Continues to discourage routine episiotomy. as part of the July issue of Obstetrics and Gynecology, according to an ACOG press release. A new ACOG clinical management guideline has recommended that the procedure be restricted, although it did not issue any specifics about. Episiotomy is performed to enlarge the birth outlet and facilitate delivery of the fetus. Routine use of episiotomy ACOG Practice Bulletin No.
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