Endometriosis: Learn the Facts

Date:
5/08/2018
Time:
6-7:30pm
Location:

UW Health Digestive Health Center
750 University Row, Madison, WI 53705 (View map)

Cara King, DO, MSEndometriosis is a condition that impacts 1 in 10 women, including up to 50 percent of women with infertility. It is difficult to recognize and often goes undiagnosed until fertility issues arise. Proper diagnosis and a tailored treatment plan are critical to managing pain and fertility issues.

 

Join Dr. Cara King, UW Health minimally invasive gynecologic surgeon, and learn how endometriosis is different from “bad cramps” or other forms of pelvic pain. Find out why some women with endometriosis experience pain during sex, bowel movements or urination (or no pain at all).

 

Topics Dr. King will cover include:

  • What is endometriosis?
  • What causes it?
  • When to see a doctor
  • Medical and surgical treatment options
  • Questions you should always ask your surgeon

Register to Attend the Free Community Talk

 

There are two options to attend the free community talk with Dr. King - you can attend in person or by webinar.

 

To attend the webinar version: RSVP online

 

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