The NVA is seeking US women diagnosed with either generalized vulvodynia or vulvar vestibulitis syndrome (aka vestibulodynia) to participate in a cost of illness survey. The survey asks questions about lost work hours and out-of-pocket expenses related to having vulvodynia. It is very important for NVA to obtain this information to encourage federally funded research on vulvodynia. To date, 200 women have signed up to participate in this study and we need an additional 200 women to enroll. Please help us complete this important study!
Upon enrollment, you will receive a complimentary copy of NVA's self-help guide. After completing the study, NVA will provide you with a complimentary 1-year subscription to our newsletter.
Participation requires only 3 hours of your time over the next 6 months. With the use of a NVA-supplied calendar, you will keep track of your vulvodynia-related expenses, such as prescription medications, doctor visits and over-the-counter remedies.
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