Navigating PCOS and Fertility: Integrating Nutrition, Lifestyle, and Medical Strategies
This enlightening talk dives into the intricate relationship between Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) and fertility, exploring the impact of PCOS on reproductive health and fertility outcomes. Drawing on the latest research and clinical insights, this session aims to provide healthcare professionals with a comprehensive understanding of the complexities of PCOS and its implications for fertility. Attendees will gain valuable knowledge about the diagnostic criteria, management options, and evidence-based interventions to support individuals with PCOS in their journey to achieve a healthy pregnancy.
- Understand the pathophysiology and diagnostic criteria of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), including the hormonal imbalances and metabolic abnormalities associated with the condition.
- Explore the impact of PCOS on fertility and reproductive health, including ovulation dysfunction, menstrual irregularities, and the increased risk of infertility.
- Review the importance of a comprehensive and individualized approach to managing PCOS-related infertility, considering factors such as age, weight, lifestyle, and coexisting conditions.
- Learn about the role of lifestyle modifications, including diet, exercise, and weight management, in improving fertility outcomes for individuals with PCOS.
- Foster interdisciplinary collaboration and communication among healthcare professionals involved in the care of individuals with PCOS and fertility challenges, emphasizing a patient-centered and holistic approach to improve outcomes.
Note: It is important to highlight that the management of PCOS-related infertility should be individualized and based on the specific needs and preferences of each patient. Attendees should be encouraged to consult the latest clinical guidelines and seek guidance from reproductive endocrinologists or fertility specialists for comprehensive management strategies.
Interdisciplinary Perinatal Health Summit: Collaborative Care for Pregnancy, Birth, and Postpartum
Originally presented on November 4, 2023 and structured into multiple, interdisciplinary panels as well as smaller presentations, this learning series was created to present a better approach to care, for patients and providers alike. Subscribe to just this talk or the full day learning event where we follow the perinatal patient's journey from conception through to postpartum. Topics are diverse and speakers range from a variety of backgrounds and expertise.