TH+ Expert Webinar: Investigating pelvic pain, periods and PMT with Miss Georgina Fraser
Periods can be a bloody mess if you don’t know what to expect when it’s that time of the month. Despite half of the population having periods, 1 in 8 women says that they didn’t know about their periods until they started menstruating.
Sure, those of you who have had monthly periods for some time might have gotten used to the pelvic pain and PMT that can come with menstruating. But, how much do you really know about the 3 Ps of women’s health?
Whether you’re a period connoisseur or have lost touch with your cycle, Miss. Georgina Fraser will answer all of your unanswered questions in this expert webinar.
Georgina is a Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist with advanced certification in Urogynaecology and Vaginal Surgical Procedures. She is committed to spreading awareness about women’s health and techniques for managing and preventing female-specific illnesses.
In this webinar we explore:
- The different types of pelvic pain and when to spot health red flags
- PMT and it’s symptoms
- How to break period taboos and create conversation
- Actionable management techniques for those experiencing the 3 Ps
Miss. Georgina Fraser is a Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist at Queen Alexandra Hospital, Hampshire. After reading medicine at University College London, Georgina went on to complete her specialist general training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology with advanced certification in Urogynaecology and Vaginal Surgical Procedures. She is also a member of both RCOG and BSUG.
Georgina is interested in improving all aspects of care within women’s health. Focusing on perennial issues post childbirth, vaginal prolapse, menopause and urinary problems.
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