In a blog for GPs and for people seeking help from their GPs (especially those who have or may have endometriosis), Lara Cowpe reflects upon her experiences with GPs during her endometriosis journey.
In this blog for people considering surgery to treat pain associated with endometriosis, Dr Martin Hirsch, Consultant Gynaecologist, and Claire Barker, who had keyhole surgery for endometriosis in 2015, explore the benefits and risks and discuss important aspects to consider when thinking about undergoing surgery.
Claire Barker shares her experiences of using hormonal contraceptives for her endometriosis pain, and Dr Martin Hirsch, Locum Consultant Gynaecologist at Oxford’s John Radcliffe Hospital, discusses the latest Cochrane evidence. He reflects upon the side effects and effectiveness of these widely used treatments for pain associated with endometriosis.
In this blog for people with endometriosis, Dr Ippokratis Sarris, Consultant in Reproductive Medicine and the Director of King’s Fertility, and Dr James Duffy, Clinical Fellow at King’s Fertility, discuss the reasons why endometriosis causes fertility problems, potential treatment options, and the latest Cochrane evidence on IVF for endometriosis.
In this blog for women with endometriosis, Dr James Duffy, Clinical Fellow at King’s Fertility, discusses the latest Cochrane evidence on blood tests for diagnosing endometriosis. He reflects on the need to develop accurate blood tests, the current research evidence, and the potential of a blood test called CA125 for diagnosing endometriosis.
March is #EndometriosisAwarenessMonth. This month, we are running a special series of blogs on diagnosing and treating endometriosis. There will also be live Q&As and you can submit questions to experts on social media using the hashtag #MyEndometriosisQuestion.
Sarah Lensen explains what the latest Cochrane evidence tells us about endometrial scratching to help couples get pregnant and what we still don't know
Lynda Ware summarizes Cochrane evidence on surgical approaches for vaginal prolapse and Simon Jackson, Consultant Gynaecologist at Oxford's John Radcliffe Hospital, reflects on why this review is timely.
Qualitative researcher Lisa Hinton talks about her research on experiences of infertility and collecting women’s and men’s stories for the www.healthtalk.org website.
Cochrane researchers Jolijn Verkuijlen and Jack Wilkinson explain what their new review can tell us about psychological therapies for subfertile couples
Lynda Ware looks at treatment choice for women with heavy periods and the latest evidence from Cochrane