Women's Health Podcasts

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Chronic vulvar pain, or vulvodynia, is a prevalent pain disorder that affects nearly 14 million women in the US. Unfortunately a poor understanding of disease pathophysiology leads to less than 2% of women actually being properly diagnosed and treated. Treatment recommendations vary widely and few...

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Painful menstruation, or dysmenorrhea, is the most common gynecological pain condition, affecting 45% to 95% of menstruating women. In spite of its prevalence, it is often ignored and poorly treated because many healthcare providers and patients may consider pain a normal part of the menstrual cycle...

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The prevalence of chronic pelvic pain in women aged 18 to 50 is around 15%. However, only one-third of these women seek medical care. Also, the average time from presentation to a primary care provider and appropriate specialty referral and diagnosis ranges from 3 to 7 years. Not only is it...

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