Dr. Elizabeth Cherot has spent more than 20 years as one of the nation’s most respected OB/GYN who works with Axia Women’s Health and an issue near and dear to her heart is helping women create pain management plans for pregnancy, specifically c-sections that do not involve opioids.

An interesting fact is that the most common surgery in the United States is a C-Section. While not all pregnant women plan to have c-sections, pain management should be discussed with physicians in advance.

While opioids were the go-to, the highly addictive nature of these medications make them not ideal for most people, let alone a new mom. Fortunately, there are now new options.

Dr. Elizabeth Cherot a respected and highly skilled physician with more than 20 years of experience in obstetrics and gynecology from Axia Women’s Health spoke with Michelle Tompkins for The Hollywood Digest about making pain management plans that do not rely on highly addictive opioids for the nation’s most common surgery–C-Sections, what other kinds of treatment are out there, what questions women should ask their doctors, what is the Start the Conversation initiative and how csectionpain.com can help.

See the entire interview here:

Dr. Elizabeth Cherot can and the Start the Conversation initiative can be found here.