History of Hormonal Therapies for the Treatment of Genitourinary Syndrome of Menopause

November 8, 2022 - 07:00 PM (Central Time)
Virtual (Zoom)

This webinar is made possible by an educational grant provided by Millicent Services Inc.

Objectives:

  • Recall the history of the use of hormones for the treatment of women with VVA/GSM
  • Identify the safety data of treatments for VVA/GSM
  • Characterize the hormone receptors found in the vestibule and vagina
  • Associate treatment options based on vaginal and vestibular physiology

CME credits will be available for viewing the webinar. CLICK HERE for CME information.

Rachel Rubin
Rachel RubinMD, IF
Moderator
Irwin Goldstein
Irwin GoldsteinMD, IF
Panelist
Noel Kim
Noel KimPhD, IF
Panelist
Tami Rowen
Tami RowenMD, MS, FACOG, IF
Panelist
James Simon
James SimonMD, CCD, NCMP, FACOG, IF
Panelist

Program Outline:

PART I:

08:00
Introduction of ISSWSH and faculty
Rachel Rubin

8:05
History of treatments for VVA/GSM
Tami Rowen

8:15
Physiology of the vagina and vestibule: estrogens and androgens
Noel Kim

PART II:

8:30
Use and safety of local estradiol in the wake of the WHI
James Simon

8:40
Current vaginal therapies: efficacy based on physiology
Irwin Goldstein

8:55
Q & A
Moderator Rachel Rubin

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