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This survey and publication were supported by an anonymous grant.
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SMFM recognizes that obstetrical patients have diverse gender identities and is striving to use gender-inclusive language in all of its publications. SMFM will be using terms such as “pregnant person or persons” or “pregnant individual or individuals” instead of “pregnant woman or women” and will use the singular pronoun “they.” When describing study populations used in research, SMFM will use the gender terminology reported by the study investigators.