Treatments for Opioid Use Disorder Among Pregnant and Reproductive-Aged Women

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This review discusses how medical professionals' involvement in opioid treatment increases referral to treatment, reduces stigma, and improves quality of care for pregnant women and women of reproductive age. Treatment for opioid use disorder is most effective when all providers coordinate care in an informed, nonjudgmental, patient-centered approach. The article also describes how the treatment for opioid use disorder falls into four overlapping domains: medication management, medical care, behavioral health care, and psychosocial support.

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