Welcome to Episode 7 of Season 8 of The PCOS Revolution Podcast: Navigating the Changing Stages of PCOS With Dr. Rashmi Kudesia
Today we’re speaking with Dr. Rashmi Kudesia of CCRM Fertility Houston on the changes that can happen with PCOS in different stages of our lives, and how different symptoms may take priority at different times in our lives. These challenges can manifest as irregular cycles as a teen, hirsutism or weight management later on, and ultimately infertility. We’ll also speak about the reassuring data on how we can mitigate the long-term health impacts of PCOS by holistic lifestyle management in the reproductive years.
About our guest: Rashmi Kudesia, M.D., M.Sc., is a double board-certified reproductive endocrinologist & infertility (REI) specialist at CCRM Fertility Houston in Houston, Texas. She serves as the Site Director for CCRM Houston – Sugar Land and Director of Patient Education, as well as Assistant Clinical Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology at Houston Methodist Hospital.
Dr. Kudesia completed her Baccalaureate degree in Biology & Medicine magna cum laude from Brown University, and her M.D. with honors from the Duke University School of Medicine, where she was selected into a clinical research training program co-sponsored by the National Institutes of Health. Her OB/GYN residency training was at the New York Hospital-Weill Cornell Medical Center, followed by REI fellowship at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine-Montefiore Medical Center, alongside a Masters’ of Science degree in Clinical Research Methods. She subsequently served as a Clinical Assistant Professor at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, as well as the Research Rotational Director for the REI fellowship, and Medical Director of the Brooklyn office of the Reproductive Medicine Associates of New York.
Dr. Kudesia has held many national leadership roles in organized medicine, including her current roles as Chair-Elect of the American Society of Reproductive Medicine’s (ASRM) Women’s Council, and the ASRM Young Physician Delegate to the American Medical Association. She has presented scientific research nationally and internationally, and received multiple awards and grants. She regularly publishes peer-reviewed articles and book chapters, and enjoys teaching the Houston-area OB/GYN residents and medical students. She actively promotes women’s health advocacy through community work and social media. Her current areas of interest are access to fertility knowledge, counseling and care, polycystic ovary syndrome, and LGBT fertility.
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