From Library Journal
This is a wonderful, easy-to-read, comprehensive guide to all those questions women have regarding gynecological healthcare: from bumps and lumps to pain to vaginosis to yeast infections. Bouchez (coauthor, Getting Pregnant) encourages women to become familiar with their most intimate anatomy in a section titled "Your V Zone Road Map: Where To Begin." In sections titled "Mother Nature's Bounty," she then describes new diagnostic and treatment options for various gynecological problems and explores natural solutions. Bouchez also provides information on sexually transmitted diseases, painful sex, recurring urinary tract infections (UTIs), women and AIDS, new PAP smear technologies, and itches and rashes. A guide to a wide array of personal hygiene products includes indications of their safety and effectiveness. Throughout, there are clear guidelines on when to self-treat and when to seek professional help. Sidebars feature expert opinions. A resource list completes this instructive and helpful book. Highly recommended for all women's health collections. Jodith Janes, Cleveland Clinic Fdn.
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Christiane Northrup, M.D. author of Women's Bodies, Women's Wisdom and The Wisdom of Menopause
The book that women have needed for decades is finally here! Every woman needs a copy of this practical, reassuring, and comprehensive guide to her most intimate, and often misunderstood, V Zone.
Caroline Myss, bestselling author of Why People Don't Heal and How They Can and Anatomy of the Spirit The V Zone i
s an absolutely essential book for all women interested in the intimate care of their bodies.