The Lichen Sclerosus Support Network Content Creators
We built Lichen Sclerosus Support Network with you in mind because we are you. The Lichen Sclerosus Support Network content creators have Lichen Sclerosus. They've been where you are and know what you're going through.
By coming together, they share their voices for a common cause. They each have their style, story, and approach, but our goal is to give you Peace of Mind, Confidence, and Support.
Host of Lichen Sclerosus Podcast
After going to multiple doctors for five years, I was diagnosed with LS at 40. Like many of you, I was given a prescription, told to use it when needed, and sent on my way.
I lived “normally” for two more years before my LS progressed, and I went looking for answers. Unhappy with what I found, I decided to bring others the information I felt we needed.
Hence the birth of Lichen Sclerosus Podcast.
LSP brings you the real talk without the medical jargon. Through a series of interviews with experts and LS patients, I hope to bring you the information you need to regain control of your life.
As one of the Lichen Sclerosus Content Creators, I want you to know that you are not alone. LS can be managed. And you are a freaking WARRIOR!
May you find connections, education, and hope in our content.
Creator of The Lost Labia Chronicles
Hi, I'm Jaclyn and I am the face behind The Lost Labia Chronicles (aka TLLC).
Before creating TLLC, I struggled to accept and understand this condition I had never heard of before.
My first symptoms were pain during sex, vulvar tearing, burning, stinging, and itching.
I struggled with severe anxiety, depression, dysmorphia, shame, and disgust, to name but a few emotions/feelings.
After building the right team of medical professionals, lots of hard work, and finding my support system in Lichen Sclerosus Support Virtual Meetups, I have been able to have pain-free sex . I am in remission and have been for over 2 and a half years.
I'm living my best life and am thankful I can give back through Lichen Sclerosus Support Network.
My mission is to provide hope, education, and support to others with LS.