Ask Dr. Andrea a question about Lesbians and PCOS

Dr. Andrea Lee, ND Andrea Lee, ND

Dr. Andrea Lee is a Naturopathic Doctor who works as a wellness consultant in South Florida where she treats a number of women with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) and other conditions. Previously, she operated Red Earth Natural Health in the Oklahoma City metropolitan area and prior to that Dr Lee practiced at Arizona Advanced Medicine in Scottsdale. Dr. Lee graduated from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, AZ. Earlier, she worked as a senior research study associate and volunteered with a breast cancer support group in Oklahoma City. Her Bachelor’s degree is from the University of Alaska where she studied Psychology and Exercise Science.

As a member of Insulite Laboratories’ Medical & Advisory team, Dr. Lee provides guidance and coaching to individuals who contact the Insulite Support Network, including those using the various Insulite Systems. She undertakes research and writes articles on health issues for the company’s PCOS Support Blog and Internet distribution.

“Lesbians are an extraordinary subset of the female gender that, like all minority groups, face unique healthcare challenges. And unique challenges require creative solutions. To adjust the current medical model to begin to address the diverse needs of this group of women, in a way that is consistent with their cultural beliefs, medical providers must have at least a basic understanding of lesbian healthcare needs.

“Treating the cause of PCOS means making daily choices that are consistent with the goal of enhancing your health. Making these healthy choices a part of your daily lifestyle will go a long way towards maintaining good health, hormonal balance, full function and freedom from disease for years to come.”

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