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Dysmenorrhea with Dr Penny Wilson

Dysmenorrhea is a very common problem in primary care, and can even turn up in the ED from time to time.

As a bloke GP mainly doing ED stuff, I rarely have to treat it beyond suggesting some OTC NSAIDs and a hot pack.

So I have teamed up with Dr Penny Wilson (@nomadicgp) who writes the Nomadic GP blog about her experiences as a roving rural GP trainee and now locum in all parts of the country.  I could particularly relate to this recent story where she failed to locate a cervix on speculum exam (though in her defence it wasn’t actually there! 😉 ).

Penny is a bit of a gun when it comes to ladies health – so I asked her about some really dumb stuff and I hope you can learn as much as I did.

DIRECT DOWNLOAD – or get it from iTunes

Comments

  1. Clint Kalan says

    Hey Casey,
    Thanks so much for the womens health month (quarter? trimester?). Coming to work locums with an old professor of mine for 5 weeks before ED work, it’s really awesome review. Our nearest hospital is ~60k away (30 beds) and about twice that for anything much bigger. Nothing compared to you guys, but just wanted to say thanks

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