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Healing Chronic Pelvic Pain Holistically with Lisa Costa Bir and Dr. Peta Wright

Mar 26, 24

Join fx Medicine Ambassador Lisa Costa-Bir and gynaecologist Dr. Peta Wright as they explore the multifactorial causes of chronic pelvic pain in women, and how treating the whole person can provide significant improvement in symptoms and long-term management.

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Endometriosis: Neurocircuitry and the Emerging Role of Trauma with Emma Sutherland and Leah Hechtman

Jun 06, 23

Leah Hechtman discusses the neurocircuitry involved in endometrial pain and the impact of emotions and trauma on a woman's well-being. 

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The Endometriosis Series: The Specialist with Emma Sutherland and Dr. Andrew Orr

Sep 27, 22

Dr. Andrew Orr rounds up the final part of our Endometriosis Series as we look at this complex condition from the perspective of an endometriosis clinical specialist. 

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The Endometriosis Series: The Researcher with Emma Sutherland and Professor Jon Wardle

Jul 04, 22

In part two of our series on endometriosis we hear about the impact of endometriosis from the perspective of Professor Jon Wardle, experienced endometriosis practitioner and researcher. 

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he Endometriosis Series: The Patient with Emma Sutherland and Natarsha Terreiro

Jun 26, 22

Emma Sutherland speaks with Natarsha Terreiro, and endometriosis patient and endo warrior in the first episode of our three-part series on endometriosis.

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Understanding Adenomyosis with Leah Hechtman

Sep 24, 20

Naturopath Leah Hechtman returns to FX Medicine to discuss the specifics around adenomyosis: what we know (and what we don’t) about the pathophysiology, how it impacts fertility, and how we can help manage it and support our patients. 

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Expanding Endometriosis Research with Dr Mike Armour

Mar 29, 19

We are joined by Dr Mike Armour to discuss the expansion of research into supporting women with endometriosis and chronic pelvic pain. 

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Mar 22, 19

Dysmenorrhoea is the most common gynaecological condition in women, with prevalence ranging up to 91% in women of reproductive age.  Complementary treatments such as ginger and zinc should be considered as efficacious as part of any treatment protocol for dysmenorrhoea.

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