The V Book: A Doctor's Guide to Complete Vulvovaginal Health

Elizabeth G. Stewart Paula Spencer

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The V Book: A Doctor's Guide to Complete Vulvovaginal Health

The V Book A Doctor s Guide to Complete Vulvovaginal Health The Groundbreaking Guide Every Woman Needs With The V Book women will learn everything they need to know about the basics of vulvovaginal or V health an essential yet often overlooked area of women

  • Title: The V Book: A Doctor's Guide to Complete Vulvovaginal Health
  • Author: Elizabeth G. Stewart Paula Spencer
  • ISBN: 9780553381146
  • Page: 293
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Groundbreaking Guide Every Woman Needs With The V Book, women will learn everything they need to know about the basics of vulvovaginal or V health, an essential yet often overlooked area of women s health Dr Elizabeth G Stewart, the nation s foremost expert in vulvovaginal care and sexual pain disorders, answers the questions about the all too common V ailmentsThe Groundbreaking Guide Every Woman NeedsWith The V Book, women will learn everything they need to know about the basics of vulvovaginal or V health, an essential yet often overlooked area of women s health Dr Elizabeth G Stewart, the nation s foremost expert in vulvovaginal care and sexual pain disorders, answers the questions about the all too common V ailments that women are embarrassed to discuss even with their doctors.Drawing upon the latest medical research and two decades of experience treating thousands of women in her specialized gynecological practice, Dr Stewart has compiled a wealth of information and advice This comprehensive and authoritative guide for women of all ages includes How your vulvovaginal concerns change throughout the life cycle, from your teens through menopause and beyond How to pick a good gynecologist, and how to ask the right questions Dos and don ts of V hygiene and why sometimes less is better The safest use of tampons, pads, and pantiliners How to handle common symptoms, such as redness, itching, dryness, and discharge Which medical tests you should insist upon from your doctor Tips for safe and pleasurable sex, and what to do when sexual intercourse is painful The latest research on vulvodynia, the vaginal pain syndrome that won t go away Diagnosing and treating yeast infections, allergies, and other ailments What to do if your doctor detects cancer or precancer cellsAnd much, much

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    1. Adrianne Mathiowetz on said:

      My sexual education began in sixth grade, when they divided the girls from the boys and told us about boobs and periods and where babies came from. I always assumed that, in the sex eds in the following years -- junior high, high school classes, experience and the gossip of friends -- that the details would flesh out (so to speak). After all, I was there to learn! I raised my hand, I asked the questions. I formed support groups and image-searched online.Somehow, I still never even knew that wome [...]

    2. Besha on said:

      Finding a book on gynecology on my mother’s bookshelf when I was 11 radically changed my life. I learned how my body worked and why it did things; I learned to ask questions and explore; I learned about intercourse and contraception and abortion. I grew up unafraid. I didn’t really appreciate how important that education was for me until I started working in sex ed and realized that very few people get that kind of grounding in their own bodies.The V Book is incredible. It covers the basics, [...]

    3. Jocilyn on said:

      Easily the most approachable medical text I’ve ever sat down to read. Despite it’s sometimes nightmarish subject matter, the V Book is extremely engaging and illuminating and if not for the great many acronyms I’d almost call it an easy read. Stewart’s approach to the often difficult or confusing world of vulvovaginal care is very well structured and offers many personal examples for each chapter discussed. Yet, the V Book is by no means a short read--every chapter explores the topic tho [...]

    4. Marlana on said:

      Ok I'm totally not done yet but just from what I have read so far this should be required reading for every women. Its so sad to me that more women don't have a better understanding of how their bodies work. There is so much shame and stigma surrounding the vagina that we shy away from the topic. We allow men more access to our bodies than we allow ourselves. This book is a wealth of information and talks about vulvovaginal health in a way that is so clear and so casual. I love it! Every women s [...]

    5. Jenifer on said:

      On the one hand, this book has fantastic anatomical and basic health information that every person with a vagina & vulva should be aware of. It also has a wealth of information on specific diseases, though I'd be wary of using any of it without also having the guidance of a doctor.I gave it three stars because I had several issues with the writing - a horrifying account of menopause complete with a strong push for HRT that made no mention of potential links to cancer, a statement that smart [...]

    6. Kate on said:

      Useful, important reading for any woman (perhaps especially the young-- who can learn the basics, and women who are suffering vulvovaginal pain, and premenopausal/menopausal women.Stewart's voice is sympathetic, her sense of humor gentle, her understanding broad. This book provided practical information and encouragement that I have not encountered in any other reading as a woman: it is very much a volume I would like to see on many more bookshelves.And who knows? Maybe a man would find it inter [...]

    7. Melina on said:

      Great, candid book about a subject that many women are afraid to ask about.

    8. Kate on said:

      Best book I have ever read about female genitalia. Astonishingly comprehensive and lucid.

    9. Paige on said:

      ooo i can't wait to read this!! wow, is there such a word as "feminerd?"

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