News

This section contains all the latest news and information from the Vulval Pain Society.

NHS leaflet on coping with vulvodynia

Living with vulvodynia is an NHS leaflet produced by King's College Hospital which discusses the impact of vulvodynia on your daily life and outlines approaches to managing the pain and improving your quality of life, with a particular focus on psychology and the relationship between mind and body.

Read more: NHS leaflet on coping with vulvodynia

Participants needed for web-based study on men's experience of their partners' sexual pain (University of the West of England, Bristol, UK)

The University of the West of England are looking for participants for a study on how men experience sexual pain in their partners.

To participate in the online survey, you will need to be male, over the age of 18 and resident in the UK, and you will need to have been in a relationship with a woman suffering from pain during sexual intercourse (or pain preventing intercourse).

Full details of the study are given on our Current research page.

Article on vulvodynia in Stylist magazine

The VPS has recently contributed to and features in an article on vulvodynia in the weekly women's magazine Stylist.

The article details one woman's journey with vulvodynia and can be found on the Stylist website.

 

London Vulval Pain Support Group meeting, Saturday 15 December 2018, 11.00 am - 1.00 pm

 London Vulval Pain Support Group logo

The London Vulval Pain Support Group are hosting their Christmas meeting in the usual London location on Saturday 15 December 2018 from 11.00 am to 1.00 pm. Christmas refreshments (tea, coffee, mince pies and cake) will be available. Please note that they have had to change the date for this meeting from 8 December to 15 December.

Further details about the support group and its meetings can be found on the LVPSG website, or you can email the group administrator at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .