In today's episode Professor Hayden Homer, specialist in Obstetrics & Gynaecology, as well as a fertility sub-specialist, discusses:
- What is endometriosis?
- What are the clinical symptoms of endometriosis and why does it take so long to diagnose?
- The effects of a delayed diagnosis
- How endometriosis can effect your fertility journey.
A bit more about Professor Hayden Homer:
- He also directs Queensland’s first and only research laboratory dedicated to studying the fertility of eggs.
- Professor Homer has over 20 years’ experience in infertility and gynaecology, he is accredited by the Royal Colleges in Australia & New Zealand (FRANZCOG) and in the UK (MRCOG).
- He has the unique distinction of also holding an advanced accreditation in Fertility and Reproductive Surgery in both Australia & New Zealand (CREI) as well as the UK (CCSST).
- He has a PhD in fertility research from the UK and holds a Professorship in Reproductive Medicine at the University of Queensland, where he directs research aimed at developing innovative technologies for improving ageing egg quality.
- Professor Homer combines an extensive clinical track-record with a deep understanding of the basic biology underpinning fertility and infertility.
- He strongly believes that the best chance of pregnancy success comes from highly individualised treatment planning, to maximize success rates.
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