The Women's Health, Wisdom, and... WINE! podcast is a biweekly conversation with practitioners, providers, patients, and healers about complex reproductive medicine and women's health challenges, the value of an integrative approach to these challenges, many of the women's health topics you're already thinking about and uncomfortable talking about, and my personal favorite... WINE!
This week's episode focuses on living with uterine fibroids from a patient's perspective. From clinical manifestations (signs and symptoms) and diagnosis to conventional treatment and integrative approaches, we discuss the fundamentals of living with and healing from uterine fibroids without the use of high dose painkillers, administration of deleterious oral contraceptive pills, and fruitlessly invasive surgical procedures.
About our guest:
Kanika Pulliam was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia. She has a bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry from Spelman College and a PhD in Genetics and Molecular Biology from Emory University. Kanika directs Career Development and Workforce Diversity programs at a nonprofit scientific organization in Rockville, Maryland. In her position, she oversees professional development activities for early career researchers. Kanika considers herself an exercise junkie but despises running. She enjoys wine, chocolate, red velvet cake, puzzles and more recently binge-watching TV series.
"Opening Up: Healing from Uterine Fibroids Support Group" (referenced as/formerly known as "Silent No More: Healing from Uterine Fibroids Support Group"
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