Vulvodynia – Bladder Pain Syndrome/Interstitial Cystitis

Case Studies

You are not alone. Be mindful that up to 15% of women in the general population will suffer from these conditions at some point in time in their life. It may seem to be an embarrassing topic to discuss. However many women have chosen to share their case studies for the benefit of women who are still seeking to understand these conditions and find options for therapy.

Bladder Pain Syndrome and Vulvodynia, Early Onset of Symptoms

[Case Study Summary, NT, Age 25. Physiotherapist, engaged, fiancée a medical practitioner. Early onset of bladder symptoms and pain. Ten years after onset of symptoms diagnosed with Bladder Pain Syndrome and Vulvodynia. Very health conscious, living a healthy lifestyle, cautions with diet. Symptoms progressively gave rise to fear of leaving her place of residence. Urinary urge and frequency made daily activities difficult. Very responsive to therapy, with reduction in symptoms and elimination of pain following one week of intensive therapy.] NT is 25 years of age,  » Read more about: Bladder Pain Syndrome and Vulvodynia, Early Onset of Symptoms  »

Many other case studies will be posted soon.