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miriam

washington, District of Columbia
I am a woman dealing with a relatively new diagnosis of vulvodynia. I am appalled at the lack of information about this disheartening disorder. A condition that affects 18 percent of women should not be swept under the rug. My goal is to heal, support others in their healing, and to get the word out about this disease.   
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Tamra

California
I am a college student who was diagnosed with vulvar vestibulitis, a subtype of vulvodynia in November 2007. Vulvodynia is a chronic pain condition affecting millions of women in our world today, yet it continues to be ignored. There is no current cure. My blog exists to spread awareness because we've been silent for too long. I write to expose a taboo subject. I write to form a knowledgeable...

Janna Hoskin

Saskatoon, Canada
I am an ADHDer who has worked with autistic children since 1999. I've also made friends with many autistic adults. I'm active in the online autism community and know a lot of autistic bloggers and activists. I'm trying to get healthy, too!

Amy

Buffalo, New York
To  the ladies that are reading this because they have been diagnosed or told they have some type of Vulvodynia. There are many reasons as to why women start experiencing Vulvodynia. Let me first start by saying Vulvodynia is NOT a diagnosis it is a symptom. Vulvodynia means Vulvar pain.. The diagnosis is the more complicated part. Dealing with Vulvodynia is really a life challenging...
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