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Abdominal and Digestive Issues in Women

Many women with PCOS deal with abdominal problems. Dr. Jacqueline Wolf discusses digestive and abdominal issues in women.

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PCOS Psychologist
Jacqueline Wolf, MD
Author
A Woman's Guide
to a Healthy Stomach

Many women with PCOS deal with a host of abdominal problems. Often they deal with abdominal issues in silence, but these issues can be clues to help diagnose bigger problems. Did you know that abdominal pain is a symptom of endometriosis? How often do you report stomach and bowel issues to your gynecologist or primary care physician?

Dr. Wolf is a pioneer in the field of gastroenterology and women’s health. She runs a practice at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, and is Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. Her work has earned her praise as one of the “Top Doctors” by Boston Magazine, as well as listings in Who’s Who in America and Best Doctors in America. She was a contributor to the Discovery Channel program “Mystery Diagnosis” and was the recipient of the 2008 AGA (American Gastroenterological Association) Women in Science Award.

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