Cervical Screening Awareness Week fell in June, and I was pleasantly surprised to see Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust raising awareness of the potential side effects of the procedures used to treat cervical cell changes. While these treatments are extremely effective in preventing cell abnormalities from developing into cervical cancer, in the most extreme cases – […]
I realised recently that, while I’ve been keeping Hysterical Women updated on a more or less weekly basis, it’s been more than three months since my last proper work update over here. Although my work around Hysterical Women has been sucking a lot of my time lately, there’s also a backlog of freelance work that […]
Women’s pain is not taken seriously. It’s something I see over and over again in my work on sexual and reproductive health – and, equally, when I’m writing about mental health as well. I had three pieces on sexual health published in June and July, and two of these focused on the issue of women […]
A couple more sexual/reproductive health pieces from last month.