It can take an average of ten to eleven years in the United States for a woman to be diagnosed with endometriosis. Jessica Opoku-Anane, MD, director of the UCSF Endometriosis Center, explains why and discusses the steps to diagnosing endometriosis.
Dr. Jessica Opoku-Anane is a gynecologist specializing in the treatment of fibroids, abnormal uterine bleeding, chronic pelvic pain, endometriosis, alternatives to hysterectomy, intrauterine scarring, prolapse and ovarian pathology.
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