Endometriosis

Episodes

Linda Bradley, MD, headshot
May 8, 2023
Dr Linda D. Bradley: How Payers Can Improve Care for Endometriosis
It's not normal to be in so much pain that you miss work several times a month and there are more things payers can do, said Linda D. Bradley, MD, professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Reproductive Medicine, Cleveland Clinic.
Linda Bradley, MD, headshot
May 1, 2023
Dr Linda D. Bradley on Inequities in Treating Endometriosis and Uterine Fibroids
Optimal care that should be offered to all patients includes not only pain relief but also a complete pelvic exam and a discussion about the many options that are available for fibroids and endometriosis, including minimally invasive, organ-conserving surgery, said Linda D. Bradley, MD, professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Reproductive Medicine, Cleveland Clinic.
Linda Bradley, MD, headshot
February 15, 2023
Dr Linda D. Bradley Highlights Disparities in Diagnosis, Treatment for Endometriosis
Women of color have a longer journey to diagnosis for endometriosis and uterine fibroids, have fewer resources to access care, and receive different treatments than White women, said Linda D. Bradley, MD, of Cleveland Clinic.
headshot of Ayman Al-Hendy, MD
January 27, 2023
Dr Ayman Al-Hendy Outlines Evolving Treatment Options, Unmet Needs in Endometriosis
The newest treatment option for endometriosis has benefits over the previous ones available, but there remains a need for a fertility-friendly option, said Ayman Al-Hendy, MD, professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Chicago Medicine.
headshot of Ayman Al-Hendy, MD
January 13, 2023
Endometriosis Is Common, but Challenging to Diagnose and Treat: Dr Ayman Al-Hendy
Endometriosis is a very common disease across ethnic groups and the economic burden can be substantial for women, said Ayman Al-Hendy, MD, professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Chicago Medicine.
headshot of Robin Kroll, MD, medical director at Seattle Clinical Research Center
December 16, 2022
Multiple Barriers Inhibit Optimal Treatment of Endometriosis: Dr Robin Kroll
Women with endometriosis may experience a delay in optimal care due to a variety of reasons including cultural beliefs, prior authorization hurdles, and more, explained Robin Kroll, MD, medical director, Seattle Clinical Research Center
headshot of Robin Kroll, MD, medical director at Seattle Clinical Research Center
November 29, 2022
Dr Robin Kroll Highlights Treatment Options for Women With Endometriosis
There are good treatment options now for women suffering from pain as a result of their endometriosis, although it can sometimes be difficult to get women to even acknowledge their pain is unusual, said Robin Kroll, MD, medical director, Seattle Clinical Research Center.
Soyini Hawkins, MD
November 4, 2022
Dr Soyini Hawkins: Treating Endometriosis Requires Goals for the Rest of a Patient’s Life
Since endometriosis is a chronic disease, treating it cannot be approached with a “one-and-done” mentality, said Soyini Hawkins, MD, gynecologist at Fibroid and Pelvic Wellness Center of Georgia.
Soyini Hawkins, MD
October 21, 2022
Endometriosis Has Quality-of-Life Impacts, Great Economic Burden, Dr Soyini Hawkins Says
Endometriosis can have a long timeline from onset of symptoms to diagnosis, and in later stages it can affect organs other than the uterus, explained Soyini Hawkins, MD, gynecologist at Fibroid and Pelvic Wellness Center of Georgia.
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