Imagine this: Your favorite pastime is reading a book and enjoying a cup of coffee. Now imagine that you’ve been struggling with chronic pain for most of your life. You have a hysterectomy to deal with some of the pain, but you wake up from that surgery with pain that makes it painful to sit. Reading with a cup of coffee is out, as is driving to book club, so now you can’t socialize like you used to. Now you spend most of your time in your room, in bed, alone, and in pain. This is life dealing with undiagnosed vulvovaginal pain.
What Does Dr. Corey Babb Enjoy About His Job? Dr. Corey Babb recently shared on his Instagram feed that one of the most enjoyable aspects of his job is being able to surgically help patients get back to living their best lives. On a recent morning, he could be found at the local hospital where…
Stephanie, our AZIZA Project Executive Director, was featured on Midnight Connections on Wednesday, October 25, 2023
Stephanie, our AZIZA Project Executive Director, was featured on pACT Podcast on Wednesday, October 18, 2023
Stephanie, our AZIZA Project Executive Director, was featured on pACT Podcast on Wednesday, October 4, 2023
Stephanie, our AZIZA Project Executive Director, was featured on Invisible Condition on Friday, September 15, 2023.
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In August, The Aziza Project joined the Network Referral Group. Within weeks, we received a donation from another member, large enough to cover 1/3 of our yearly membership.
We’ve had three women come forward to help us in various ways: reviewing financial aid applications, social media, and policy & procedure writing.