If it’s not clinically pertinent, then stay out of my uterus
“No matter how far we’ve come, women are still judged by fertility status but shouldn’t be.
If it’s clinically pertinent to ask about reproductive health, then yes, absolutely ask … in a respectful way. That doesn’t mean judging personal decisions or situations – it means asking pertinent questions and responding with an assessment of the need for support. Make appropriate referrals when that support is needed.
Don’t assume. Everyone has their own story.”
She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, “If it’s not clinically pertinent, then stay out of my uterus.”
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