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November Grand Rounds: Science and safety in the clinical application of botanical medicine for the treatment of the most common fertility associated hormonal imbalances

November 26 @ 8:00 PM - 9:00 PM GMT

Science and safety in the clinical application of botanical medicine for the treatment of the most common fertility associated hormonal imbalances

Presented by: BreAnna Guan, ND

 

 

This webinar explores the science and safety of of botanical medicine (herbal medicine) options, that could be used to strategically and holistically impact and bring balance to female and male reproductive hormones.

This lecture will cover the physiological impacts of medicinal botanicals for the most common hormone imbalances affecting reproductive health, including but not limited to, reduced luteal phase, PCOS, estrogen dominance, low progesterone, reduced testosterone, elevated androgens, and amenorrhea. Review botanicals for energy metabolism, stress/adrenal hormones, and thyroid health. The current literature will be covered to support continued research and understanding developed for the application of these therapies clinically to improve reproductive health and outcomes.

Grand rounds is held monthly for health care professionals as part of RRM's Educational Webinar Series. Presentations aim to improve the clinician's foundational knowledge as well as highlight and encourage research and new methods in the area of Restorative Reproductive Medicine. These sessions should enhance the efficiency, effectiveness and quality of healthcare delivery, and in turn lead to improved patient outcomes.

Application for CME credit has been filed with the American Academy of Family Physicians. Determination of credit is pending.

Webinars are free for all IIRRM members.

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Details

Date:
November 26
Time:
8:00 PM - 9:00 PM GMT
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Location

Virtual Conference Room – Private zoom link sent by email

Contacts

Cathryn Marshall, Webinar Host
Kathleen Copeland, IIRRM Secretariat.