Chronic Menstrual Pain And Mental Health

Chronic Menstrual Pain and Mental Health

Thursday, September 24, 2020

2:15 pm ET

Chronic pain of any variety is linked with increased depression and anxiety. This is particularly true of chronic menstrual pain which is often written off as a normal part of having a period. However, there's a point where pain goes from being a normal part of menstruation to a chronic health condition. Among teenage mensturators, the number one cause of missed school is period related pain. The costs of missing even two days every month over the course of the roughly 40 years the average person menstruates adds up to a huge loss of quality of life, educational, and economic opportunities.

Join this free, 60-minute webinar on September 24 at 2:15pm where we will discuss:

  • causes and treatment options for chronic menstrual pain
  • interactions of mental health and chronic menstrual pain with treatment options
  • the provider perspective of someone treating chronic menstrual pain
  • the provider perspective of someone treating psychiatric complications related to menstruation, pregnancy and the postpartum period
  • the patient perspective of someone with both chronic menstrual pain and mental health challenges

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Date and Time

Thu, September 24, 2020

2:00pm - 3:00pm