Frequently Asked Questions for Women with Paruresis
Q: I’m a woman. Is there anything different about paruresis for women to know?
Q: Why does paruresis seem more common among men?
Q: How can women with paruresis communicate with other female sufferers?
Q: What else can I do?
Remember, tell people in your life about your experience with paruresis, particularly those you’re close to.
Keep a positive can-do attitude.
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INTERNATIONAL PARURESIS ASSOCIATION
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This website is NOT a substitute for medical or legal advice and does not constitute the practice of law, medicine, psychiatry, clinical psychology, clinical social work, or any other mental health profession. If you are having trouble urinating, you should always contact a physician since difficulty with voiding can be a symptom of a serious medical condition. We are a group of professional people and people who have suffered with paruresis. We have assembled a board and a board of advisors to help people cope with urinary dysfunction that has a psychological or social origin. On this website, we are NOT practicing medicine, psychiatry, clinical psychology, clinical social work or any other mental health profession. You should have your doctor evaluate your condition before diagnosing yourself, and seek the appropriate necessary mental health counseling if warranted. IPA, Inc. disclaims any and all legal liability whatsoever.