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EDSed Episode 4: Dr. Jacqueline Wolf on GI symptoms & Endometriosis

Dr. Wolf, a woman with short, curly brown hair, black glasses and a yellow face mask.

EDSed is our new series of full-length interviews with international EDS experts. These educational interview series with journalistic (news) quality is complementary to our webinar recordings and another free resource we provide for our community. All films are produced by journalist and We Are Visible filmmaker Karina Sturm and sponsored by Chronic Pain Partners.

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In episode 4, we talked with Dr. Jacqueline Wolf, a pioneer in the field of women’s gastroenterology. She is a physician at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, and is Associate Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. Her following has earned her praise as one of the “Top Doctors” by Boston Magazine, as well as listings in Who’s Who in America and Best Doctors in America guide.

In this interview, Wolf gives insight into her research on EDS and other connective tissue disorders and their correlation to GI symptoms and endometriosis. She also talks about colonoscopy safety, what she learned from her Ehlers-Danlos patients, and why she doesn’t want to hear doctors ever say, “Well, dear, it’s just your period.”   

EDSed Episode 4: Dr. Jaqueline Wolf on GI symptoms & Endometriosis


Video Description: At the beginning, two black screens with white and pink text appear: Chronic Pain Partners presents EDSed with Dr. Jacqueline Wolf on EDS & Gastrointestinal Symptoms & Endometriosis. Dr. Wolf, a woman with short, curly dark brown hair is sitting in an examination room, a small room with beige walls and medical equipment on the walls as well as blue gloves. Wolf wears a red shirt, a gold necklace, black glasses and a yellow face mask. In between, we see Karina, a woman with a short pixie cut, white shirt and pink face mask. She sits behind her camera in front of a window which shows we are up high. 

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