James talks to Dr Natasha Andreadis about managing patients presenting with pelvic pain on the wards and in the Emergency Department.
Summary Writer: Amanda White
Editor: James Edwards
Interviewee: Natasha Andreadis
Natasha is a Gynaecologist, Certified Reproductive Endocrinologist and Infertility specialist (CREI) who works in private practice Newtown, Sydney. This qualification is held by only a limited number of doctors in Australia and NZ. CREI sub-specialists are the most qualified of gynaecologists to manage infertility and hormonal issues. Beyond this, Natasha is an Integrative Fertility Specialist. She is currently completing further studies in Nutrition and Environmental Medicine and incorporates this focus in her daily practice, for it’s not only the developing embryo that is exquisitely sensitive to diet and environment but children and adults. She helps people restore and maintain good health and is actively involved in Sarah Wilson’s I Quit Sugar Programme. As a Lecturer at Sydney University Medical School, she inspires future doctors to adopt the same integrative clinical approach.
With Dr Natasha Andreadis, Gynaecologist, Reproductive Endocrinologist and Infertility Specialist
Junior doctors encounter patients presenting with pelvic pain on a regular basis, particularly in the Emergency Department. It is essential to take a systematic and thorough approach to examining and investigating these patients, as there is a considerable – and sometimes confusing – overlap of medical specialties that are involved in treating the various pathologies causing pelvic pain.
Young female presents to the Emergency Department with right iliac fossa pain and nausea.
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