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Women’s Healthcare, the official journal of the National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health, delivers timely, relevant, evidence-based information to nurse practitioners and other advanced practice registered nurses who provide women’s and gender-related healthcare. Its focus on clinical practice, professional issues, and policy supports readers in providing the highest quality patient care and enhancing their professional development. The journal fosters inclusivity, diversity, and equity through its content, authors, and editorial advisory board members. Continuing education (CE) credits are available through participating in the CE activity included in each issue.

https://www.npwomenshealthcare.com

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Women’s Healthcare, the official journal of the National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health, delivers timely, relevant, evidence-based information to nurse practitioners and other advanced practice registered nurses who provide women’s and gender-related healthcare. Its focus on clinical practice, professional issues, and policy supports readers in providing the highest quality patient care and enhancing their professional development. The journal fosters inclusivity, diversity, and equity through its content, authors, and editorial advisory board members. Continuing education (CE) credits are available through participating in the CE activity included in each issue.

https://www.npwomenshealthcare.com

    Urinary Incontinence Often Goes Undiagnosed

    Urinary Incontinence Often Goes Undiagnosed

    Urinary incontinence (UI) is so uncomfortable for some women to talk about that only 40 percent seek treatment, some waiting years before discussing it with a primary care provider. 

    Find out more at: https://www.npwomenshealthcare.com/evaluation-and-conservative-management-of-urinary-incontinence-in-women/ 

     
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    Many Women Experience Menopause Symptoms Earlier Than They Expected

    Many Women Experience Menopause Symptoms Earlier Than They Expected

    Many women report experiencing menopause-type symptoms as early as their late 30s and early 40s.

    The findings, from a survey of more than 2,400 participants, indicate that some women might be surprised to find themselves experiencing menopause symptoms not only much younger than they expected, but before they have stopped having their period.

    Nina Coslov, lead author and co-founder of Women Living Better, which conducted the survey, says women reporting these symptoms to their healthcare provider might be told that they’re “Too young for perimenopause” or that “It can’t be perimenopause because you are still getting a monthly period.”

    Find out more at: https://www.npwomenshealthcare.com/many-women-experience-menopause-symptoms-earlier-than-they-expected/

     
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    Consider Vaginal Estrogen for Postmenopausal Women

    Consider Vaginal Estrogen for Postmenopausal Women

    Vaginal estrogen can improve postmenopausal vaginal dryness as well as a variety of related lower urinary tract symptoms and improve a woman’s quality of life. Despite the fear and negativity surrounding the use of vaginal estrogen, it is safe and effective for the treatment of vaginal dryness in most postmenopausal women. Education is key when prescribing vaginal estrogen so that the woman is confident and comfortable with its use. 

    Find out more at: https://www.npwomenshealthcare.com/vaginal-estrogen-an-option-to-be-considered-for-postmenopausal-women/
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