In Prince George there is no physiotherapist specializing in pelvic floor therapy. And, I think I'm going to have a hell of a time trying to find a mental health provider that will be helpful. So, aside from the kind nurse at the doctors office, I feel like I'm on my own.
So, I ordered some books, and I think it'll require me to start working on the books I currently have.
What's on your vulvodynia Book Shelf? Or Women's Health Book Shelf?
The books I ordered:
|I can't wait for this one, because having primary vulvodynia |
has made me not confident, and I don't really have any sexual confidence.
|This was the number one recommended book for us last week.|
Supposedly, it will have lots of great ideas on non-penetrative sex.
|Stress is considered a major component of pain conditions.|
They try to make us do mindfullness. I hate mindfullness.
Maybe it will help me understand better.
|Hopefully this one can assist along with a few of my others.|
|This one was a recommended in the MVP book.|
Eric and I only have been married 6 months, but vulvodynia has put a toll,
better start early.