Contact us

If you wish to contact the VPS with any queries, including questions relating to your personal health or treatment, you can do so via email or post. You can also leave a message on our Facebook page if your enquiry is of a more general or administrative nature, but please be aware that we will not answer personal medical enquiries via Facebook and if you need advice relating to your own health you should email or write to us. We do not currently offer telephone support, but details are given below of another vulval pain organisation who may be able to do this with prior arrangement. 


You can email the VPS at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with any enquiry, but please note we do not have staff available by email to give you one-to-one support. Your message will be forwarded to the VPS Management Committee, although replies cannot be guaranteed and it is best to write to the PO Box address given below. 


If you would prefer to contact the VPS by letter, please write to the PO Box number given below. Please do bear in mind that replies are offered on a voluntary basis and may take up to six weeks.

PO Box 7804


If your enquiry does not relate to personal health, please feel free to leave a message on our Facebook page. In order to use this method, you will need a Facebook account. Important! Comments to posts on our Facebook page can be seen by other Facebook users, so if you'd rather keep your message confidential, make sure that you send us a private Facebook message - or you can This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or write to us.


The VPS does not currently offer telephone support.

However, the Vulval Health Awareness Campaign (VHAC) have a facility whereby you can arrange a Skype call with them by filling in a form on their website. This facility is currently run on a voluntary basis by Fabia Brackenbury, the founder of VHAC and the Association for Lichen Sclerosus and Vulval Health. Fabia is an honorary member of the British Society for the Study of Vulval Disease and has been working in vulval health support for 10 years. She is a patient who suffers from lichen sclerosus and has first hand experience of coming to terms with living with a vulval condition. VHAC offers a valuable 'first point of contact' for every woman with any vulval condition including lichen sclerosus, vulval pain, vulval cancer, VIN, Paget's disease and other less well-known conditions.

The VPS cannot guarantee the quality of the service given and takes no responsibility for any situation arising from contact.