March marks Endometriosis Awareness Month. And the most common symptom, pelvic pain, affects so many women. But, at the same time, pain is so much disregarderd that endometriosis takes up to 7 years to be diagnosed. It's about time to talk about pelvic pain.
Period pain is not normal and we should never underestimate it. Is it discomfort or pain? For real pain you should always see a doctor but for light pain you can try our new Be You patches: 100% organic and with a nice cooling effect.
Our Editor spoke with a woman who suffer from Endometriosis for you to know the truth on this disease that involves chronic pain. Listen to women who say are in pain. Stop ignoring them!
176 million womxn suffer from Endometriosis. Sex Therapist Kate Moyle tells us what is endometriosis, why you probably haven't heard about it and how it impacts womxn's lives.
2 out of 1000 women suffer in silence because vaginismus is still a taboo. Kate Moyle tells us why and how we can break the circle of pain and silence.
A sensation of vulval burning and soreness in the absence of any obvious skin condition or infection? Have you ever heard about Vulvodynia? Sexual Therapist Kate Moyle tells us more about it.