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Program for Vulvar and Vaginal Health
Vulvar and vaginal disorders causing pain, dryness, itching, discharge, burning or discomfort can greatly diminish your quality of life. These conditions may be a result of menopause, hormonal contraception, cancer, infections, pelvic radiation and chemotherapy, but in some cases, there is no known cause. Often these disorders are not properly diagnosed or treated.
At the Northwestern Medicine Comprehensive Program for Vulvar and Vaginal Health, you will no longer have to suffer in silence. Our expert clinicians will work with you to help treat your symptoms and improve your quality of life.
The Northwestern Medicine Comprehensive Program for Vulvar and Vaginal Health offers an evaluation and treatment plan designed to meet your needs. The expertise of gynecologists, dermatologists and pelvic floor physical therapists is drawn from all specialty programs, including Menopause and Sexual Medicine. These specialists treat sexual pain disorders, vulvodynia, infections and dermatologic conditions that affect the vulva (external genitalia) and the vagina.
Conditions and Symptoms We Treat
If your condition or symptoms are not listed, please contact us and we will let you know if an appointment or referral is appropriate.
To request an appointment, fill out our online form on the Contact Us page. A coordinator will contact you to schedule an appointment and send you a questionnaire. This questionnaire must be filled out and returned before your first visit so that it may be reviewed by our clinical staff. If you are arriving from out of town, our coordinator can also connect you to the hospital concierge for information about hotel accommodations.
For more information, please call 312.694.9676.
TREATING VAGINAL DRYNESS AFTER BREAST CANCER
Non-hormonal treatment for vaginal dryness is especially helpful for women who have had treatment for breast cancer.
Request an Appointment
To request an appointment, fill out the form on the Contact Us page or call 312.694.9676 for more information.