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A Search to reduce pain during intercourse and vaginal itching - A Vulvodynia Study

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Resources - Dr. Oz and Dr. Ashton discuss vulvodynia in the no-embarrassment zone. Learn what causes vulvodynia by watching the video, but some common treatments are: Self-Care Measures, Blocking Pain Signals, and Practitioner-based Therapies. - Dr. Oz article discussing, "When Painful Sex is Something Serious". - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - vulvodynia is a chronic pain syndrome that affects the vulvar area and often occurs without an identifiable cause or visible pathology. - The National Vulvodynia Association (NVA) is a nonprofit organization created in 1994 to improve the lives of individuals affected by vulvodynia, (intercourse pain on entry, pain during intercourse, burning sensation in vaginal area). – "Global Thinking for Women’s Wellness" - Our goal is to promote international communication among gynecologists, pathologists, dermatologists, and related disciplines, and to establish international agreement on terminology and definitions of vulvovaginal diseases, as well as, to promote clinical investigation, basic research, and dissemination of knowledge in this field. - A National Institute of Health resource – "What are the Treatments for Vulvodynia". - An article by Barbara D. Reed, M.D., M.S.P.H., University of Michigan Medical School on "Vulvodynia: Diagnosis and Management". – An Article in the Huffington Post – "Vulvodynia, Vaginal Pain, Is Common But Underdiagnosed: Study" (Painful penetrations, vaginal itching). - Does life feel like one huge pain in the Vulva??? I have created this forum so that women living with Vulvodynia (Vulva Pain) can have a place to share, chat and support each other. Painful intercourse in Females. - Vulvodynia: Frequently Asked Questions. - Drexel Medicine – Patient services – Vaginitis clinic – "About Vulvodynia and Vulvar vestibulitis".

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