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Self-reporting could improve endometriosis diagnoses and symptom management

September 30, 2022

Women in the United States go undiagnosed with endometriosis for an average of 10 years before receiving a proper diagnosis. Self-reported screening may be the answer, according to a poster presentation at the Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health (NPWH) 25th Annual Conference in Houston, Texas from September 28 to October 2022.

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Virtual IUD placement training improves clinician confidence

September 29, 2022

Practicing clinicians were highly impressed with an interactive, virtual intrauterine device (IUD) training model that increased their comfort with IUD placement and removal, according to a study published in the journal Family Medicine.

Measuring the unmet need of sexual and reproductive health

September 28, 2022

A systematic review on measuring unmet need in sexual and reproductive health has concluded that the emphasis is on contraception for women in low-income countries, while unmet need for sexual health in general, especially among men, and unmet reproductive health need in high-income settings lack much evidence.

Vaginismus: Managing a Misunderstood and Underdiagnosed Condition

September 28, 2022

Tune into this valuable discussion with host Scott Kober and experts Rachel Pope, MD, MPH, and Sheryl Kingsberg, PhD, as they highlight the overall impact of vaginismus and discuss strategies to combat its effects on women who are diagnosed the condition.