I'm Not Ovary-Acting


So many of us have been told we're "overreacting" when it comes to our pain — and we deserve medical providers who listen to our experiences and are able to point us in the right direction.

Helpful Tools


Sometimes penetration can go to deep (eep!)

These comfy modular rings incrementally adjust so you can explore what feels good

Pain Perception Project

Pain is difficult to describe, and difficult to diagnose

But you :) You come prepared. BYO Pelvic Pain Assessment to your OBGYN—to help them help you

Pelvic Gym

You deserve more than just kegels

Now your pelvis has a PT dream team
— right in your own living room

Find a Provider Who Cares

Find a Physician

For pelvic pain

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The International Pelvic Pain Society provides a free service to help you locate health care providers who specialize in pelvic pain. 

For LGBTQ health

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GLMA: Health Professionals Advancing LGBTQ Equality provides a free directory of practitioners in your area (from primary care to specialists to dentistry) who are LGBTQ-welcoming.

For Black women + WOC

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Health In Her Hue is a digital platform connecting Black women and women of color to culturally competent healthcare providers, health content, and community.

For endometriosis

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Finding a provider who knows how to treat endometriosis can be difficult. Endometriosis.org provides resources and advice for finding a practitioner who is a good fit.

For gynecologic surgery

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AAGL (Elevating Gynecologic Surgery) hosts a provider finder of over 7000 minimally invasive gynecologic surgeons around the world to help you locate surgeons in your area.

For vulvar pain

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The National Vulvodynia Association maintains a database of practitioners who treat vulvar pain—and can help you find a list of these providers near you.

For menopause

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The North American Menopause Society (NAMS) created a directory of health professionals to help you find a menopause clinician who is right for you (from perimenopause and beyond).

For sexual health

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The International Society for the Study of Women’s Sexual Health (ISSWSH) hosts a directory of providers who at least partially devote their practice to women’s sexual health—so you can find a provider who’s right for you.

For bladder conditions

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The Interstitial Cystitis Network maintains a small database of highly-recommended practitioners who treat IC/BPS, bladder, and other pelvic pain conditions.

Find a Pelvic PT

Pelvic Rehab

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Pelvic Rehab is a Herman & Wallace-founded directory can help you find a pelvic rehabilitation practitioner that best fits your needs

Pelvic Guru

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Find pelvic floor and pelvic pain practitioners either by location or by condition with this handy directory from Pelvic Guru.

American Physical Therapy Association

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Search a database of APTA (Section on Women’s Health) providers to find a practitioner who best fits your needs (search by either location or condition).

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