Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), menopausal symptoms, and other endocrine conditions affecting women’s health often fly under the radar. Our members are dedicated to shining a light on these disorders to raise awareness, accelerate research, and improve clinical care.

Resources such as our PCOS Clinical Practice Guideline and Scientific Statement, as well as our Clinical Practice Guideline on treating menopausal symptoms set the standard for women’s healthcare and advocate for needed research.

As part of Women’s Health Month, the Endocrine News Podcast spoke with Jerilynn Prior about a new treatment approach to perimenopause: oral, micronized progesterone.


Guidelines & Statements

Clinical Practice Guidelines

Scientific Statements

 

In Endocrine News

 

From The Journals

CEU/EBR

Education and Meetings

Please watch the Clark T Sawin Memorial History of Endocrinology Lecture on:

Then view all Endocrine Society session recordings on Female Reproductive Endocrinology, check out the Center For Learning for educational and professional development opportunities, and don't forget to register for CEU 2018.

 
Patient Resources

If you have a reproductive health problem, the first step towards resolving it is getting an accurate diagnosis. For that, you should consult a medical specialist such as an endocrinologist who is an expert in reproductive problems. Many problems can be managed with the use of hormone therapy. For more information please visit Hormone.org