Tenderness in her hips brought Diana Bohan into the student health clinic in the fall of The architecture student was assigned to see Tyndall and explained that she had walked a lot on her summer trip to Europe and probably had bruised herself. After the pelvic exam, Tyndall said he detected nothing unusual and prescribed physical therapy. She did not tell anyone about the appointment until recently. She waited until her sophomore year started and made an appointment to see a gynecologist at the campus health center. Now 23, she had seen only one gynecologist before, a female doctor who treated her for menstrual issues as a young teenager.
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Indigenous women in particular are pushed aside and suffer racism and violence, campaigners say. Some eight million indigenous people live in Guatemala, most descendants of the Mayan civilization that once dominated Central America. Four in five are poor, and they are nearly three times as likely to live in extreme poverty than others in the country, according to the World Bank. They earn less money than non-indigenous people, more often working in informal jobs picking crops or selling street food. Their life expectancy is 13 years shorter, and the maternal mortality rate more than twice as high. They often speak one of more than 20 native languages rather than Spanish.
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