What barriers can one encounter when seeking endometriosis care? How can parts of one’s identity contribute to further difficulties accessing such care? What language should we use when speaking about endometriosis to ensure inclusivity?
With Nikita Aaashi Chada, Cara E. Jones and Beth McCowen we discuss how various aspects of our identity (i.e. race, gender, sexuality, age) may further contribute to the delay in receiving a diagnosis, and the quality of care one receives.
How do we diagnose endometriosis? Why does it take so long (on average 7.5 years in the UK)? What options are available currently, and what does the future hold for non-invasive methods of diagnosis?
In this episode, we speak to Dr Arne Vanhie and Dr Mathew Leonardi, who share with us their...
What causes pain in endometriosis? What research is being done to better understand endometriosis-associated pain? If you've ever asked yourself these questions, listen now to our brand-new episode of Unheard of.
From the perspective of someone with endometriosis, we hear first hand the impact...