Whether you are a woman with symptoms of vulvodynia, or her close family member/friend, the NVA has many resources to help you learn about the condition and coping with its impact on sexual relationships and quality of life. To start, read our comprehensive online patient tutorial and self-help guide, I Have Vulvodynia – What Do I Need to Know? Next, find an experienced health care provider from our statewide referral lists and reach out to your support contact by email or phone.
Now you’re ready to start reading more in-depth articles about diagnosis and treatment in our newsletters. You will receive access to our most current issues. In the future you will receive single articles on treatment and research. Do not miss this wealth of information. If you don’t understand something, share the newsletter and articles with your health care provider, some of whom subscribe to it themselves. NVA has had two decades of experience and we’ve received wonderful feedback from both patients and professionals. To receive all the benefits above, simply join the NVA.