Meanwhile, half as many black women as white women experience the condition, called vulvodynia. Researchers also found that
On a segment for HuffPost Live, host Nancy Redd led a discussion on how painful sexual intercourse caused by medical conditions
Tausha Griswold lived in a world where sex was painful, but with care from the right doctor she found sticking to a strict diet made all the difference in the world.
Although the medical community is directing more attention and research funding to understanding and spotting the chronic condition, a knowledge gap still clearly exists.
Vaginal pain called vulvodynia affects as many as one in 12 women at least once in her life, but women aren't seeking help