Thursday, February 4, 2010

Other Helpful Blogs

I've read a few other blogs on the subject. Some of them are more helpful in just being able to know that we are not alone, and others have good suggestions on different topics and problems. These people don't necessarily have the same exact problem as me, but I would say that if you're writing about pain in your vagina, I know that there's something that will help me.

http://www.pudendalpain.blogspot.com/
http://vulvodyniasucks.blogspot.com/
http://natalie-bug.blogspot.com/
http://vulvarvestibulitisrelief.com/
http://vulvarvestibulitis.blogspot.com/
http://feministswithfsd.wordpress.com/
http://myvajayjayisbroken.blogspot.com/

let me know if you all know of any more helpful blogs.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

http://vulvarvestibulitisrelief.com/

Hi I just came across your blog...The above link is Alex's blog. I haven't read through all of it, but she has done a lot of research. It may be a good resource for you.

I am sorry that you are going through this. My problems started with a yeast infection too.
You are NOT alone!

Anonymous said...

http://vulvarvestibulitis.blogspot.com/

Also, this is Tamra's blog. She has a lot of positive energy and has made a lot progress which is always wonderful to read.

Pearl said...

I think you are exactly right. Doesn't matter the diagnosis...if your vagina hurts, your vagina hurts. Diagnoses are definitely needed, but in terms of support, all we need is a shared distress.

Tamra's blog is great. I've read it on and off over the past couple of years. I'm just now getting into Alex's blog.

I'm really happy at all this online awareness and support. Three cheers for pelvic pain bloggers!

the girl with pain "down there" said...

Thanks for all of the suggestions for more info everyone. I am both happy and sad at the same time that there are so many people with this problem. Happy that I'm not alone, sad that so many other people have to deal with this as well.

K said...

Hello,

I do things a little differently @ Feminists with Female Sexual Dysfunction.