You don't have to face this disease alone!
Get the support you need at the Lichen Sclerosus Virtual Meetup and share your concerns, questions, solutions, and experiences in an understanding, caring environment with other women going through the same fight.
A diagnosis of Lichen Sclerosus can be uplifting and devastating.
Yes! I finally know what's wrong with me.
No! It's for life AND I can get worse.
We get it. We've been there and we talk about it openly. We talk about fear, anxiety, and confusion.
We also talk about what we're doing, what's works, what hasn't, and what we've learned.
This trading of experiences and information are the reason we come away feeling supported, less alone, more in control, and ready to face our disease another day.
Whether diagnosed this week or 10 years ago, all are welcome.
Testimonial from an LS Sister
I participated in my first virtual meet up in November. I was anxious but excited. I had no idea what to expect but felt great relief and such a lightness after the meeting. I finally felt heard; I finally felt seen. I had been diagnosed for about two years at this point, and up until then, I went through it all alone. The physical pain, the awful symptoms, the grieving of lost anatomy, the frustration, and fear for my future. I had never heard about LS prior to my diagnosis and never knew anyone with it after until the meetup. While I’m saddened that anyone has to live with this awful disease, I’m deeply grateful for the connections I have made and the community I am now apart of. I feel a sense of belonging and support that I couldn’t have dreamed about prior to the virtual meetup. Forever grateful for you, Kathy.
Stop going it alone. Let your sisters support you. Your community is waiting to meet you. Join now.
Do you still have questions? No problem! Ask away. I want you to be completely comfortable. So reach out and let me know what you need.
Hi, my name is Kathy and I host the Lichen Sclerosus Support Virtual Meetup. Like you, I have LS. I have been alone and tried to figure it out. It wasn't until I built a community that I was able to be at peace with my disease. Please let me know how I can help you so you can find peace as well.