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    A Guide to EveryWoman Day

    EveryWoman Day might be a term you've heard but aren't fully familiar with. What is it? Why does it matter? How did it come about? These are frequently asked questions about this awareness day. In this article, we'll aim to answer these questions, as well as other questions people want to know including the aims of the day, its importance and how you can get involved. 

    What is EveryWoman Day?

    EveryWoman Day is an initiative designed to raise awareness about women's health and to encourage the sharing of personal experiences. It emphasises that every woman's story is important, recognising the remarkable things women achieve daily. Despite many women's health issues being under-researched due to funding primarily targeting severe health conditions, the resilience and strength of women remain unwavering. EveryWoman Day was created by Purple Orchid Health, a company founded in 2013 “that is all about supporting you to live in better health”. 

    What is the aim of EveryWoman Day?

    The aim of EveryWoman Day is to spotlight women's health conditions that are common but often not well-understood. These conditions can have lasting and significant impacts on a woman's life, both personally and professionally. While discussions about issues like menopause are becoming more common, it's crucial to recognise the wide number of other health challenges women face. EveryWoman Day seeks to broaden awareness by encouraging women to share their personal stories on its website. These narratives not only highlight the medical aspects but also delve into the profound effects these conditions have on women's lives - from their work to relationships to the completion of daily activities.

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    When is EveryWoman Day?

    EveryWoman Day is held annually on the 22nd of September every year.

    Which health conditions does EveryWoman Day raise awareness of?

    As mentioned, EveryWoman Day was created to raise awareness for numerous health conditions that women face. Here are the conditions that are the main focus of EveryWoman Day:

    How can you get involved in EveryWoman Day?

    To elevate awareness around women's health issues, here's what you can do. You can share your personal experiences on the EveryWoman Day website, or if you'd prefer assistance, connect with the EveryWoman team to help document your story. By promoting these narratives on your social media platforms, you can inspire and inform a wider audience. Additionally, you can support EveryWoman Day-associated charities, like Women’s Health Concern and Bladder Health UK, either through direct donations or by hosting fundraising events. 

    EveryWoman Day is currently encouraging women to take a picture of the name of their condition written across their stomachs without showing their faces to highlight the condition and show how women can cope.

    Sources

    Everywoman Day

    Cancer Information

    Chlamydia Information

    Cystitis Information

    Dyspareunia Information

    Endometriosis Information

    Fibroids Information

    Infertility Information

    Menopause Information

    Overactive Bladder Information

    Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) Information

    Thrush Information

    Vaginal Dryness Information

    Vaginal Prolapse Information

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