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Vulvar Pain

What is Vulvar Pain?

Vulvar pain, also referred to as "Vulvodynia" or "vulva pain," is a debilitating and sometimes hard to treat condition wherein a woman's vulva is the source of significant, oftentimes debilitating pain. Vulvar pain can occur in girls or women of any age and can range from annoying and constant to "shooting" pain.  Vulvar pain can be so life-changing that a person's daily activities are difficult to impossible. 

In general, there two main types of vulvar pain;

1.  Vulvar Vestibulitis - which is a painful response to touch or pressure at or around the vaginal opening (introitus).

2.  Dysesthetic Vulvodynia - which is generalized, unprovoked pain of the vulva.

Conditions of the vulva that may cause vulvar pain include;

Vulvar pain can make intercourse impossible. In addition, the pain may afflict the labia minora surrounding the vaginal opening making even walking and urination extremely difficult.

Women with vulvar pain have described the pain as being; stinging, stabbing, burning, itching and can extend into the clitoris as well as "shooting" pain by women which extends from the vaginal opening to the clitoris as well as the pain "shooting" from the clitoris up into the abdomen.

Vulvar pain, also known as vulva pain, vulval pain and vulvodynia, relates to pain experienced by women in the vulvovaginal area and may include a condition, disease or vulvar cancer - or conditions that may lead to vulvar cancer if not diagnosed and treated in time.

Some women with Pelvic Organ Prolapse, who received a synthetic mesh by surgery, are experiencing excruciating vulvar pain. A "Black Box Warning" has been issued by the FDA relating to the use of synthetic mesh and treating women with Pelvic Organ Prolapse - more  information below.


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What is Vulvovaginal Health?

Vulvovaginal is the medical term that is used for the study, health, medical treatment, diagnosis,  sanitation and treatment of the human female vulva and vagina. The pelvic examination of the vulvovaginal area includes inspection of the following specific external (and visible) parts; the clitoris, located at the top, the labia majora (outer "lips"), labia minora (inner "lips"), urethra, vestibule, vaginal introitus, and Bartholin ducts.

What Dads and Husbands as Well as Women and Mothers Need to Know About "Vulvovaginal" Health.

Let's face it, more and more dads, are being awarded primary and sometimes, sole-custody of their daughter(s). Most courts recognize dads are just as capable, just as loving and just as nurturing as a female parent.  

Dads with daughters need to be able to communicate with their daughters when it comes to their daughter's vulvovaginal health and feminine hygiene needs.

While most young ladies do not have problems with vaginal dryness, vaginal odor / feminine odor or feminine itching, changes in their hormones as they approach their first menstrual period, and after, can sometimes cause these problems.

And when you are the only parent, you need to know how to help your daughter(s) with these health issues. By being informed, honest, and straight forward, you can be the trusted resource your daughter needs. And just as important, if you don't know the answer to her vulvovaginal health or feminine hygiene questions, tell her that you don't know and will find out and let her know.


October 2008 - Washington, D.C.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration Issues a Black Box Warning on the Use of Vaginal Mesh and Synthetic Mesh Used in Pelvic Organ Prolapse and Stress Urinary Incontinence Surgeries

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has issued a black box warning on the use of vaginal mesh used in pelvic organ prolapse and stress urinary incontinence surgeries.

The FDA stated in the Black Box Warning; “Most frequent complications included erosion through vaginal epithelium, infection, pain, urinary problems, and recurrence of pelvic organ prolapse and/or stress urinary incontinence.”


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