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What is Vulvitis?

Description of the disease

Vulvitis is an inflammatory condition of the vulva, often caused by infection or irritation. Inflammation can be caused by various factors, such as bacteria, viruses, fungi, or irritating substances.


Vulvitis is classified into different types depending on the cause of the inflammation, such as infectious, allergic, traumatic, etc.


Symptoms of vulvitis may include itching, burning, swelling of the vulva, pain during urination, discharge from the vulva, unpleasant odor, etc.


Causes of vulvitis can be diverse, including infections (bacterial, viral, fungal), allergic reactions to substances (including those present in hygiene products), trauma, chemical irritation, etc.


Diagnosis of vulvitis includes visual examination by a gynecologist, as well as possible laboratory tests (infections, hormonal status, etc.).


Treatment of vulvitis depends on the cause of the disease and may include the use of antibiotics, antifungal drugs, anti-inflammatory drugs, as well as the exclusion of irritating factors.


Prevention of vulvitis includes maintaining vulvar hygiene, using natural hygiene products, avoiding allergens and irritating substances, as well as timely treatment of urinary tract infections.


For diagnosis and treatment of vulvitis, it is necessary to consult a gynecologist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.