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AUDIO: Dr. Pukall, What Is Vulvodynia?

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Dr. Caroline F. Pukall, Assistant Professor at Department of Psychology at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada explains vulvodynia.

Dr. Pukall and Todd Hartley:

Where do the nation’s leading doctors go to share the best health information? The same place you do: EmpowHer.com. From the EmpowHer.com studios, here is Todd Hartley.

Todd Hartley:
Hi, and thank you for joining us on the EmpowHer Network. Well, let’s go right now to Canada and speak with Dr. Caroline Pukall. She is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Psychology at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada.

Todd Hartley:
Hi, doctor.

Dr. Caroline Pukall:
Hi, how are you?

Todd Hartley:
I am doing great. Thank you for joining us to help us empower women.

Dr. Caroline Pukall:
Thank you very much for having me.

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