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The Lost Labia Chronicles

My Journey with Lichen Sclerosus

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In this blog post I introduce myself, my Lichen Sclerosus story, what kind of content I will be writing about, and what you can expect from me.

Picture of the author on the left, amongst a pink and purple sunrise background. Text reads "The woman behind The Lost Labia Chronicles". The author's social media is at the bottom of page @thelostlabiachronicles on Instagram and Facebook.

Fear and the Power of Education

Introduction In my last blog post, I highlighted the different types of fear you might experience after receiving a Lichen Sclerosus diagnosis. Catch up by reading that post here. In this post, I’m going to start tackling those fears…

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How to Cope with Anger and LS

Introduction In my last post, I wrote about learning to re-incorporate movement and exercise back into my life after completely cutting it out (read about it here). A key part of this process was learning to modify exercises in…

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When To Step Back From Dilators

Introduction In my last post, I discussed using dilators for the first time (click here to read). For example, I touched on how dilators help create space in the vagina and reduce pain during sex, what to expect while…

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Introduction to Dilators: The Basics

Introduction In my last post, I discussed the benefits of diaphragmatic breathing and reverse Kegels to relax pelvic floor muscles and reduce pain during sex (read this post here). While the concept of diaphragmatic breathing and reverse Kegels were…

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Blog Posts

Fear and the Power of Education

Introduction In my last blog post, I highlighted the different types of fear you might experience after receiving a Lichen Sclerosus diagnosis. Catch up by reading that post here. In…

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