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What is Vulvodynia?

Description of the disease

Vulvodynia is a chronic condition characterized by painful sensations in the vulvar area (external genitalia in women) without visible signs of infection or other diseases. This condition can have a serious impact on women's quality of life, causing physical and emotional discomfort.


  • Primitive (idiopathic) vulvodynia
  • Classical vulvodynia
  • Provoked vulvodynia
  • Unprovoked vulvodynia


  • Pain or burning in the vulvar area
  • Discomfort when wearing clothes or during sexual activity
  • Feeling of irritation in the genital area
  • Painful menstrual periods


The causes of vulvodynia can be various, including genetic, immunological, infectious, and traumatic factors. In some cases, the cause may remain unknown.


The diagnosis of vulvodynia includes medical examination, physical examination, as well as laboratory and instrumental studies to exclude other possible causes of painful sensations in the vulvar area.


Treatment of vulvodynia may include medication therapy, physiotherapy, as well as psychological support.


Prevention of vulvodynia consists of avoiding traumatic factors, maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and timely seeking medical advice when the first symptoms appear.


Treatment of vulvodynia is carried out by a gynecologist or under the supervision of a multidisciplinary team of doctors.

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