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When Lara Parker First Started Experiencing What She Calls Her Vagina Problems, She Was Just Years Old She Hurt Everywhere, But Especially In Her Abdomen And Vagina The Pain Was Constant, And Worse Around Her Period But If She D Learned Anything About Periods Before She Even Started Her Own, It Was That You Didn T Talk About That ShitSo She Mostly Just Tried To Ignore It, Even As Her Period Made Her Throw Up, Pass Out, Miss School, And Wrecked An Entire Week Of Her Life Every Month She Convinced Herself That Everyone Must Be Feeling What She Was Feeling, But That They Were Just Better At Hiding It When She Finally Brought It Up To Her Doctor, The Doctor Brushed It Off And Made Her Feel Stupid Periods Are Supposed To Hurt, She Said This Was Only The Beginning Of Lara S Seven Year Journey To Find Out What Was Going On In Her Body It Took Multiple Doctors, Thousands Of Dollars, And A Refusal To Take No For An Answer For Her To Finally Have Some Sort Of Understanding Of What Was Causing Her So Much PainNow Lara Is Ready Take An Honest, Funny, Relatable, And Raw Look At How Vagina Problems Have Affected Every Single Part Of Her Life From Fighting To Get A Diagnosis, To Maintaining Relationships Through Illness And Depression, To Working A Full Time Job With Chronic Pain, To Navigating The Dating Scene When She Can T Have Sex This Book Will Have It All Lara Acts As A Guide, A Confidant, A Friend, An Outlet, And A Support System To Anyone Who Has Ever Gone Through Vagina Problems

10 thoughts on “Vagina Problems

  1. says:

    OMG this is so important I love Lara Parker from BuzzFeed and am so excited that she is writing a book about this Nobody ever talked about this kind of stuff in sex ed and I m sure SO MANY teens will find this helpful 3

  2. says:

    When life for the entire universe and planet turns on its end and like everyone else you have nothing to do while your place of work is closed and you are in COVID19 socialisolation, superspeed readers like me can read 250 pages hour, so yes, I have read the book and many today I have played a zillion games of scrabble, done a zillion crosswords and I AM BORED I requested and received a temporary digital Advance Reader Copy of this book from NetGalley, the publisher and the author in exchange for an honest review From the publisher, as I do not repeat the contents or story of books in reviews, I let them do it as they do it better than I do .Shrill meets Everything Below the Waist in this raw and sharply funny account of Lara Parker s experience of endometriosis from diagnosis, to dating without sex, to work life balance and When Lara Parker first started experiencing what she calls her Vagina Problems, she was just 14 years old She hurt everywhere, but especially in her abdomen and vagina The pain was constant, and worse around her period But if she d learned anything about periods before she even started her own, it was that you didn t talk about that shit.So she mostly just tried to ignore it, even as her period made her throw up, pass out, miss school, and wrecked an entire week of her life every month She convinced herself that everyone must be feeling what she was feeling, but that they were just better at hiding it When she finally brought it up to her doctor, the doctor brushed it off and made her feel stupid Periods are supposed to hurt, she said This was only the beginning of Lara s seven year journey to find out what was going on in her body It took multiple doctors, thousands of dollars, and a refusal to take no for an answer for her to finally have some sort of understanding of what was causing her so much pain.Now Lara is ready to take an honest, funny, relatable, and raw look at how Vagina Problems have affected every single part of her life From fighting to get a diagnosis, to maintaining relationships through illness and depression, to working a full time job with chronic pain, to navigating the dating scene when she can t have sex this book will have it all Lara acts as a guide, a confidant, a friend, an outlet, and a support system to anyone who has ever gone through Vagina ProblemWHERE WAS THIS BOOK WHEN I WAS DIAGNOSED WITH ENDOMETRIOSIS RANT DONE I sat down and inhaled this book I have been there, done that and bought the postcard In the words of the author, people need to talk about this shit, and the shit in this book is worth talking about Half of the world ha vaginas and no one wants to take about them this book is a great start and should be around for every girl in your life What an AWESOME BOOK As always, I try to find a reason to not rate with stars as I love emojis outside of their incessant use by ed Social Influencer Millennials BachelorNation survivors Tik Tok and YouTube Millionaires etc on Instagram and Twitter Get a real job, people so let s give it

  3. says:

    This isn t a book that only people with vagina problems should read but everyone, especially men who oftentimes don t empathize with the pain women experience Lara writes in a way that is conversational yet honest and vulnerable, as if you ve sat down to have a chat with your very good friend She speaks truthfully about her diagnosis and of the enormous flaws in the medical industry Chronicling her experience with living with these conditions, Lara openly talks about her sex and dating life, her experience with surgery and different doctors, and how she manages her daily pain, reminding readers that those with chronic illness never asked for this, but are doing their very best every single day You ll come out the other side a informed person after reading this, so do yourself a favor and put it on your to read list ASAP.

  4. says:

    Having suffered from my own vagina problems, though not nearly on the same scale as the author, I am able to identify with her struggles and feel her frustration on a deep level Many times throughout the course of reading this book I felt as if she was describing my own experiences with pain, with the healthcare system, and with well meaning people that just don t know the right thing to say Until women s health is treated as if it were as important as men s and until the stigmas that surround women s bodies are erased, books like this are necessary.

  5. says:

    kindness thoughts to this author and others who suffer similar symptoms feel the medical problem solvers should work to help solve those with this did feel the book was repetitive in that it went over the same painful thoughts episodes in all chapters hopefully there will be some research work done in this area.

  6. says:

    A wonderful book that was autobiographical than I expected I have many chronically ill friends, and now I think my understanding of what they go through in their day to day life has been deepened And I m always for a book that calls out the western medical industry on their bullsh t I received an ARC from a goodreads giveaway.

  7. says:

    If you are a person with a vagina you should be reading this book Modern medicine doesn t include or treat women in a way that benefits our health Being able to read an entire book dedicated to the vagina was truly an experience I deserved before I was 31 years old, but here we are This book was well done and I highly recommend.

  8. says:

    I found this book to be so helpful and thoughtful to those of us who suffer often silently through these kinds of issues I would recommend this book to anyone, even those who aren t suffering, but know others that are Especially significant others.

  9. says:

    I won this book in the giveaway Lara Parker has a keen insight of these taboo topics and did a wonderful job educating me and my other shy girlfriends Great read for everyone

  10. says:

    An important book for any one that has medical problems and who is not being listened to by their doctor.