Find It Hard To Ask Your Doctor? Then Just Listen To Experts

Find It Hard To Ask Your Doctor? Then Just Listen To Experts

Incontinence, constipation, sexual difficulties, pelvic pain, and abnormal uterine bleeding–all very difficult subjects for any woman to discuss, even with their doctor.

Join Board Certified OB/GYN Dr. Anne Brown and Physical Therapist Lindani Sechele for an interactive discussion about pelvic health.  Learn more about the basic anatomy, common pelvic disorders, and treatment options.

As part of its free “Ask the Expert” lecture series, Inova Loudoun Hospital will host a discussion on Tuesday, November 14 from 6 – 7:30 p.m.  While pelvic health issues are common concerns among women, many are reluctant to discuss them with their medical providers. The symptoms of pelvic floor dysfunction – such as incontinence, constipation, sexual difficulties, pelvic pain, and abnormal uterine bleeding – can have a significant impact on a person’s quality of life. Fortunately, these disorders can often be reversed with treatment.

The lecture, Pelvic Floor Dysfunction, will be at Inova HealthPlex – Ashburn, 22505 Landmark Court, Ashburn, in the 1st Floor Conference Room. On-site parking is available – free of charge.

Participation is free but seating is limited.  To register visit inova.org/AskTheExpert or call 1.855.MY.INOVA (855.694.6682).

About Dr. Brown

Anne Brown, MD, has been practicing OB/GYN in Leesburg and Sterling, Virginia, since 1994. She attended college and medical school at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and trained in her field at Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Dr. Brown has been actively involved in leadership activities at Loudoun Hospital since her arrival, including serving as the Chairman of the Department of OB/GYN from 2002-2005, and currently serving as the Medical Director of the Women’s Health Service Line for Inova Loudoun Hospital. She received the Golden Stethoscope Award for Excellence in Teaching in both 1992 and 1994.