The Role of Pelvic Floor Therapy in Vulvar Pain Treatment
"In two retrospective reviews of physical therapy treatment of women with vulvodynia, one reported a 71% success rate of moderate or great improvement in vulvar pain, as well as decreased pain with intercourse, & increased…Read more
Managing Pelvic Pain
Because there are many potential causes of chronic pelvic pain, booking an appointment with Pain Specialist, or (if you are a woman), a Vulva Doctor, is the smart way to go. The good news is…Read more
Causes of Female Pelvic Pain
As the NHS notes: "Pelvic pain is felt in the lower part of our tummy. The type of pain varies - it could be sudden & severe (acute pelvic pain), or last 6 months or…Read more
Finding UK Support Groups For Vulvodynia
There are a number of very helpful UK Support Groups for anyone suffering from vulvodynia or vulva pain. Many of these groups provide very valuable information; and some of them conduct regular meetings. - The…Read more
Can Yoga Help With Pelvic Pain?
"Chronic pelvic pain (CPP) is a common, woman's condition (which is prevalent when women are in their reproductive years, namely, 18–45 years old). Long-term pelvic pain has a negative impact on the sufferer's personal health…Read more
Pelvic Pain: What Could it Be & What Should I Do Next?
Pelvic pain is a common problem among women. Its nature & intensity may fluctuate, & its cause is often unclear. In some cases, no disease is evident. Pelvic pain can be categorised as either acute…Read more
What Medications Are Used to Treat Vulvodynia?
There are several different types of oral medications which are used to treat vulvodynia. When you visit (or have an online consultation) with an experienced Vulvodynia Pain Specialist, he/she will review your medical history, ask…Read more
Vulvar Vestibulitis: Challenges in Diagnosis and Treatment
“Localized vulvar pain syndrome is a persistent vulvar pain that can be consistently & precisely localised to the vulvar vestibule during physical examination, has no identifiable cause, & has been present for at least three…Read more
Early Warning Signs of Vulvodynia
“No woman wants to feel like they have a red hot poker up their most intimate region” But “some women have pain in a specific area of the vulva, such as the clitoris or the…Read more
How Underwear & Sanitary Products Can Exacerbate Vulvodynia
“Although everything may look perfectly normal down there, a whopping 10% of women suffer from Vulvodynia. - An unrelenting inexplicable pain in the vagina & around the vulva, which can feel like a red hot…Read more