Nerve damage and vulva vaginitis

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Chronic pelvic pain of vagina and vulva

Diagnosis and Management of Generalized Vulvodynia

Vaginitis is an inflammation of the vagina. It normally results from an infection. The patient typically has a discharge, itching, burning, and possibly pain. It is a common condition, and most women will have it at least once at some time in their life. The vagina is the muscular canal that runs from the cervix to the outside of the body, lined by a mucus membrane. It has an average length of about 6 to 7 inches.

Vulvodynia (vulval pain)

We include products we think are useful for our readers. If you buy through links on this page, we may earn a small commission. It includes the external female genitalia, including the mons pubis, the labia majora and minora, the clitoris, and the perineum. Vulval pain can happen for a number of reasons, but vulvodynia and vestibulodynia are specifically linked to a hypersensitivity of the nerve endings in the skin.
The external female genital area is called the vulva. Pain that affects this area is very common. Vulvodynia is pain that lasts for 3 months or longer and is not caused by an infection, skin disorder, or other medical condition. Vulvodynia most commonly is described as burning, stinging, irritation, and rawness. Aching, soreness, throbbing, and swelling also may be felt.