I live with a rare condition known as Vulvodynia and potentially another rare condition of Interstitial Cystitis (awaiting diagnosis for this one). Both are painful conditions that vary from person to person and affect people daily. I will be doing Januhairy for the whole month of January, which will involve not cutting or shaving or waxing any of my body hair, to help raise awareness of these conditions that need more research and publicity.
More information about Vulval Pain Society: The Vulval Pain Society is a confidential service for people living with vestibulodynia (previously known as vulval vestibulitis), vulvodynia or other vulval pain conditions. The Society was set up in 1996 by a doctor and a nursing sister. The VPS is not externally funded or attached to any health service organisation.The charity provides: Resources, practical advice and information for people living with vulval pain, families, healthcare providers and the wider public
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- Cheryl Cleary
Vulval Pain Society
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