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What To Do If You Have Fibroids w/ Dr. Soyini Hawkins

We’ve been wanting to cover fibroids for the longest time, and specifically wanted to interview a black woman on this topic since African-American women have a higher prevalence of fibroids, and experience more severe symptoms and unique concerns. We were SO happy to find Dr. Soyini Hawkins, a board-certified, fellowship-trained Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgeon. 

In This Episode We’ll Cover:

  • Whether or not black women have a higher prevalence of fibroids 
  • Symptoms of fibroids and how to find out if you have them 
  • Ways to manage fibroids via lifestyle changes and/or medical treatment 
  • How to decide when fibroid surgery is appropriate & MORE! 


 

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