From vulvodynia to vaginismus and everything in between.
We’re here to help you manage the pain.

Chronic vulvar pain is estimated to affect 10–20% of women throughout their lifetime.

A little anatomy lesson

While many of us tend to use “vagina” as a catch-all term for our reproductive anatomy, this isn’t quite correct.

Confused? We’ve got you

Essentially, the vagina is the internal tube connecting the uterus to the outside of the body. The vulva is the broad name given to the outside parts of the female genitals, including the labia (inner and outer lips), the clitoris, the urethral opening and the vaginal opening.

How can I identify
Vaginal Pain?

Vaginal pain is pain that occurs in the passage from the cervix to the vulva (aka your vagina).

Vaginal pain may be confined to your vaginal area, or, it may radiate down from your pelvis or cervix. Depending on your condition, vaginal pain may feel like:


How can I identify
Vulval Pain?

The vulva is a sensitive area and pain can arise for many different reasons. Some causes include skin conditions (such as eczema), allergies to products, personal hygiene, infections, or more severe conditions such as vulvodynia. 

Figuring out what the f*ck is going on down there is hard enough. If you’re experiencing any vaginal or vulval pain, get the care you deserve from a doctor who specialises in women’s health - and specifically female pain.

How Hazel helps

Get comprehensive care for pain down there

Experts in Vaginal & Vulval pain

Doctors who have the knowledge to go beyond the surface to really understand you, your pain and how to help.

Comprehensive care plans

We’re combining the best of lifestyle, nutrition and medical expertise that merge to create comprehensive care plans tailored to you. No conventional, cookie-cutter solutions here.

Stigma-free support

Your Hazel Care Team, from Doctors to Care Coordinators to Specialists, will make sure you feel heard and get the care you deserve. No stigma. No Bias.

Get the care you deserve