We know that awareness of symptoms including what is considered ‘normal’ can be low, and that women may not always be aware of the treatment and support available for common health needs such as menstrual health or fertility. There is also some evidence that the level of awareness of different conditions varies among medical professionals and wider society. https://www.wikipedia.org/ The provision of women’s health care services across the UK, is varied and stretches across the acute sector, primary care and the independent sector. Nurses are engaged at all levels of care from identification of conditions to specialist clinical nurse apecialists who focus on an area of practice such as menopause, endometriosis or early pregnancy care.
For generations, women have lived with a health and care system that is mostly designed by men, for men. I would say that the gold standard treatment is surgical for those patients who are able … Read More