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What are the symptoms of vulvodynia?

By May 21, 2008 - 9:56am
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How do I know if I have vulvodynia? thank.

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You can wrhite my article here! http://health-life-love.blogspot.ro/2015/07/how-i-healedcured-vestibulodynia.html You can read here about a book "When sex hurts" ...it's very helpful for you...you can find the symptoms, the causes, the treatments of vulvodynia. You can give it to your doctor too to inform him if he doesn't know, because there are a few doctors who are aware of this conditions...it seems that in medical school they don't learn that

July 12, 2015 - 4:33am
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October 16, 2008 - 12:20am

In addition to the above great resources, MedlinePlus (www.medlineplus.gov) and ACOG (American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, www.acog.org) have different definitions (and symptoms) for many various vulvar conditions; these are just a few of them below.

Vulvovaginitis symptoms:
* Irritation and itching of the genital area
* Inflammation (irritation, redness, and swelling) of the labia majora, labia minora, or perineal area
* Vaginal discharge
* Foul vaginal odor
* Discomfort or burning when urinating

Vulvitis symptoms:
* Redness and swelling of the vulvar skin
* Burning or itching of the vulvar skin
* Thickening of the vulvar skin
* Possible small cracks in the vulvar skin
* Possible vaginal discharge

Vulvodynia symptoms:
According to the ACOG, women with vulvodynia may have some of these feelings around vulva:
* Burning
* Stinging
* Rawness
* Itching
* Aching
* Soreness
* Throbbing
* Swelling

What symptoms are you currently experiencing?

May 22, 2008 - 12:46pm

You can find information about vulvodynia including the symptoms on a few of EmpowHer.com's pages.

Learn More About Vulvodynia

HEAR THIS: Dr. Pukall Explains the Two Subtypes of Vulvodynia; Vestibulodynia & Generalized Vulvodynia

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