October 26th 2022
Researchers from the Feinstein Institute in Manhasset, New York, found single-cell RNA sequencing to be an effective and noninvasive way to screen for and diagnose patients with endometriosis.
July 22nd 2022
June 17th 2022
June 14th 2022
Multidisciplinary Approach to Endometriosis Management
Sawsan As-Sanie, MD, Jessica Shim, MD, Robert Taylor, MD, PhD, and Linda Giudice, MD, PhD, discuss the multidisciplinary approach and shared decision-making strategies associated with endometriosis treatment.
Diagnostic Challenges of Endometriosis
Hugh Taylor, MD, along with a panel of experts, discuss the different challenges of diagnosing endometriosis as well as explaining why there is commonly a delay in diagnosis.
Is body fat linked to endometriosis?May 18th 2022
Rates of endometriosis are generally higher in leaner women, yet there still seems to be a connection between the presence and placement of fat tissue and the development of endometriosis. One study team sought to find out why.
Transcutaneous electrical neurostimulation for dysmenorrheaMay 17th 2022
A preprogrammed, nomad, easy-to-use, transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) device was well tolerated and provided rapid and lasting pain decrease in women with primary dysmenorrhea (PD), according to a study published in the journal Progrés en Urologie.
Treating Special Patient Populations With EndometriosisApril 25th 2022
An expert in reproductive endocrinology reviews endometriosis treatment options for various patient populations, including patients with infertility, endometriomas, deep endometriosis, and effects on nonreproductive organs.
Clinical Implications and Integrative Treatment Modalities With Elagolix in EndometriosisApril 25th 2022
Dr Robert N. Taylor provides insight on emerging treatments and integrative therapies on the horizon with elagolix as well as real-world challenges using elagolix for endometriosis management.
Endometriosis and early natural menopauseApril 13th 2022
Women with laparoscopically confirmed endometriosis are at significantly higher risk for early natural menopause (ENM), and this risk was greater for nulliparous women and women who never reported using oral contraceptives, according to a study in JAMA Network Open.
Bringing awareness to endometriosisMarch 1st 2022
National awareness months and days span a variety of topics, from celebrated foods (think National Ice Cream Day, National Bagel Day, National Pizza Day) to businesses (free Slurpee at 7-Eleven) to our terrain: health issues. March alone is a national health awareness month for over 10 conditions, one of which is endometriosis.
Women with pelvic pain turn to social media for condition information, managementMarch 1st 2022
A survey in the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology revealed that patients with chronic gynecologic pain were twice as likely to use social media to understand or manage their condition than those without pain, at 37.8% vs 19.7% respectively.