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Vulvodynia || Causes,Symptoms,Prevention,Treatment

Vulvodynia is a chronic discomfort of the vulva, a part of the body of a woman that protects the genitals.…

Vulvodynia is a chronic discomfort of the vulva, a part of the body of a woman that protects the genitals.

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Vulvodynia is a long-lasting pain that occurs around the opening of your vulva ( the area surrounding the vagina ) for which there’s no any fixed or identifiable cause. This condition can last at least three months.

You can make uncomfortable and might feel a stabbing pain that comes and goes, or you could have burning, itching, or general discomfort. It also makes you unhandy for sitting for long periods or having sex becomes unthinkable.

Vulvodynia – A chronic vaginal pain : 

It is a chronic pain that affects the external female genitalia, including the mons pubis, the labia majora and labia minora, the clitoris, and the perineum.  The pressure of pain is applied to the area surrounding the entrance to the vagina. The pain might be constant or strike randomly, but exercising, having sex, or wearing tight-fitting underwear or clothing could also trigger it.

Its pain may occur when the sensitive area ( vaginal area ) is touched. Many women can feel the pain in their entire vulvar area. The pain may occur in a certain area, such as the opening of your vagina.

Some woman may get vagina swelling. According to a survey, around 16 percent of women are estimated to have experienced pain or stinging in the vulval area at some time in their life. A survey says that around 60 percent of women suffered from this disease are unable to engage in sex.

The exact cause of this disease is still unknown. But it is believed to involve a number of factors, including

  • genetics
  • immunology
  • past vaginal infections (such as a yeast infection, bacterial vaginosis )
  • allergies or sensitive skin
  • possibly diet
  • injury to or irritation of the nerves surrounding your vulvar region
  • hormonal change

Factors that may raise the risk of this disease are including :

  • A high density of pain-sensing nerve fibers in the vulval area.
  • Weakness in pelvic floor muscles.
  • Rashes in the genital areas.
  • Nerve irritation in the pelvic area.

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