Black Women and the Fibroid Conundrum

Black Women and the Fibroid Conundrum

A four-part series that takes a deeper look at uterine fibroids and their effect on the health of Black women, this latest resource paper from Envision2bWell was written from the more personal perspective of one of its authors, Keisha Clarke, Esq. As a Black woman who has suffered with fibroids, Keisha is passionate about educating people about this topic so that she can empower them to advocate for their own bodies and health. 

A four-part series that takes a deeper look at uterine fibroids and their effect on the health of Black women, this latest resource paper from Envision2bWell was written from the more personal perspective of one of its authors, Keisha Clarke, Esq. As a Black woman who has suffered with fibroids, Keisha is passionate about educating people about this topic so that she can empower them to advocate for their own bodies and health. 

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At Envision2bWell, we talk often about our proprietary engagement model based on the four foundational elements of Social Health Empowerment® which we call KSAA® -  Knowledge, Support, Access and Autonomy. It is our sincere hope that this resource paper offers that important element of Knowledge to our readers so that they are armed with information that empowers. 

At Envision2bWell, we talk often about our proprietary engagement model based on the four foundational elements of Social Health Empowerment® which we call KSAA® -  Knowledge, Support, Access and Autonomy. It is our sincere hope that this resource paper offers that important element of Knowledge to our readers so that they are armed with information that empowers. 

In this paper you will learn about the different types of fibroids and the symptoms they cause, why they affect Black women more (and what you can do about it), and how Black women can become better advocates for their bodies in a system that still suffers from racial disparities and inequities. 

In this paper you will learn about the different types of fibroids and the symptoms they cause, why they affect Black women more (and what you can do about it), and how Black women can become better advocates for their bodies in a system that still suffers from racial disparities and inequities.