The future of vaginal health NEEDS your POV

In just 5 minutes, you can share your experience to help inform a more inclusive future.


It’s 2024, and we need to illuminate conversation around vaginal health.

Despite the vagina’s critical role in gynecological and reproductive health, millions of your experiences go unheard, relegated to anonymous online forums and endless “is it normal that…” Google searches.

As a part of our work to advance the field of the vaginal microbiome, the POV Project is an open call for your story. Through this 5-minute self-reporting survey, we seek to transform personal insights into collective wisdom—a powerful wave of community data that can challenge misconceptions, inform research and innovation, and shape a more inclusive and impactful future.

Whether you’ve been battling vaginal discomforts for years, or are simply seeking a deeper connection to your vaginal health, your perspective is invaluable in nudging science forward.


The POV Project is a first-of-its-kind self-reporting survey to capture people’s experiences with their vaginal health. Participants will document quantitative and qualitative observations, concerns, lifestyle behaviors, and interventions they’ve tried while contributing to the first large-scale mapping of vaginal health factors, experiences, and outcomes.

Simply click here to launch the 10-15 question self-reporting survey and answer to the best of your ability. It should take approximately 5 minutes of your time.

The POV Project is a community science initiative led by the humans of Seed Health. We are a microbiome science company  pioneering solutions for human and environmental health. In collaboration with Dr. Jacques Ravel (one of the foundational scientists in the field of the vaginal microbiome), we recently launched our first vaginal health innovation, VS-01™, a 3-in-1 synbiotic clinically proven to restore a healthy vaginal microbiome.

Don’t have a vagina? You can still help.

Vaginal health impacts all of us. Invite others to contribute to the POV Project.