3 Pelvic Conditions We Should Be Talking About More

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People may not like to talk about vulvodynia, vaginismus, or endometriosis but Madge the Vag sure does. She sits down pelvic pain specialist Dr. Michael Lewis, OB-GYN, to learn more about these conditions and what you should do if you think you might have one.