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What is persistent vulval pain? Persistent vulval pain is described as soreness, and sometimes burning or itching in the vulval area. Dr Shona Brown explains the symptoms, conditions and treatments available for people living with these conditions.


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An award from The Women’s Fund for Scotland has allowed us to produce the following resources:


Dr Shona Brown is clinical psychologist with EXPPECT, NHS Lothian’s multidisciplinary pelvic pain service.

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