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Vulvodynia: Can Exercise Aggravate It? & How to Combat It

Did you know that you can get enormous relief from vulvodynia pain through a combination of different modalities. If you consult a Vulvodynia Pain Specialist, they will give you an accurate diagnosis, & put you…
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Painful Urination: Causes & Treatment

“When urinating comes with burning, stinging, or another kind of pain or discomfort, it's a clearly blatant sign that something isn't right. Painful urination could be a sign of a number of different infections, some…
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What is Vulvodynia & How is the Pelvic Floor Involved?

The word vulvodynia describes a symptom, which literally means pain (dynia) in the vulvar region (vulvo). It is used to refer to the symptoms of long-term or recurring discomfort & pain in that area. A…
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Reasons Your Vulvodynia Symptoms Aren’t Improving

Vulvodynia is unlikely to get better on its own, & some of the latest treatments & therapies  should be recommended by a Pain Specialist. There are also some other causes of vulval pain that need…
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Dr Chris Jenner Launches His New Book 'Viva La Vulva!'

Now finally, the millions of women who have been living the daily nightmare of suffering in silence with unbearable pain, and the knock-on physical, sexual, emotional health, and relationship issues, have the opportunity to turn…
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Complications of Endometriosis

“Endometriosis is defined as the presence of normal endometrial mucosa (glands & stroma) abnormally implanted in areas outside the uterine cavity. Approximately 30-40% of women with endometriosis will be subfertile. About one third of women…
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Pain After Sex: What Can it Be?

If you begin to regularly feel soreness around your vaginal area after you've had sexual intercourse, it's important to see a Vulva Pain Specialist. They will be able to ascertain the cause of the pain,…
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Vulva Pain Treatment in London: How the Vulvar Pain Clinic is Changing Lives

For all too many years, women in the UK have had to suffer in silence. - They have often been made to feel that Vulvodynia and issues associated with the vulva, shouldn't be openly discussed;…
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Does Vulvar Pain Come & Go During Menstruation?

“Cyclic vulvitis (a subset of vulvodynia), describes recurrent vulvar pain which comes & goes with a woman’s menstrual cycle. Pain generally tends to be worse right before monthly menstruation starts. Women with cyclic vulvitis (also…
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Pain, Irritation & Swelling in Your Vulvar Region? It Could be Vulvodynia!

“Vulvodynia is chronic pain or discomfort around the opening of your vagina (vulva), for which there's no identifiable cause, & which lasts at least 3 months. The pain, burning or irritation associated with vulvodynia can…
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