Vulvodynia

Pain, Irritation & Swelling in Your Vulvar Region? It Could be Vulvodynia!

“Vulvodynia is chronic pain or discomfort around the opening of your vagina (vulva), for which there's no identifiable cause, & which lasts at least 3 months. The pain, burning or irritation associated with vulvodynia can…
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Disorders of the Vulva: Common Causes of Vulvar Pain

Countless women experience pain in their vulva at some stage in their lives. When the pain is prevalent for over 3 months, & there is no apparent cause, it’s called Vulvodynia. This three month period…
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Relieve Vulvodynia Symptoms Naturally & When to Seek Help

"If you have pain, burning or irritation, in your vaginal area for more than three months, talk to an Experienced Vulvodynia Pain Specialist. You could have Vulvodynia" [1] Vulvodynia in a Nutshell This condition relates…
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Vulvodynia: Where is the Pain Really Coming From?

"Vulvodynia is a chronic discomfort of the vulva, the part of a woman’s body that protects the genitals, & includes: the external female genitalia, e.g. the mons pubis, the labia majora & minora, the clitoris,…
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Triggers for Vulvodynia

"Women of all ages, even teenagers, can suffer from Vulvodynia. Knowledge about the cause is limited. There are many suspected causes, including inflammation, injury to nerves in the area (neuropathic problems), hormonal factors, musculoskeletal problems…
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Vulvodynia & My Diet

"There are no specific dietary recommendations in relation to vulvodynia. However, each individual case is different & some women may have sensitivity to specific chemicals & foods that may potentially contribute or exacerbate their symptoms"…
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Vulvodynia: The Unseen Struggle

“If you have pain in your vulva, you’re not alone. Around 16% of women will have vulvar pain lasting longer than 3 months. They aren’t neurotic or promiscuous. - It’s likely they're suffering from a…
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Risk Factors For Relapse & Remission of Vulvodynia

“Remission of vulvodynia symptoms is common with approximately 50% of remitters experiencing a relapse within 6-30 months. Persistence without remission is the exception rather than the rule. Pain history & simultaneous diseases or medical conditions…
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