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If you suffer from vulvar pain, there could be several factors.

Vulvar pain: why, what to do?

Itching, burning, tingling, electric shocks, irritation, dryness…

These pains and discomfort are not normal; if you feel them regularly, they must be treated.

The best known causes are of infectious origin (mycosis, cystitis, etc.), or even dermatological (eczema, psoriasis, etc.).

When nothing is seen on the vulva on examination, the associated pathologies are less known and therefore less well managed, such as vulvodynia, lichen sclerosus, etc.

In cases of endometriosis, vulvar pain is often associated with dyspareunia, pain during intercourse (around 80% of women with endometriosis suffer from it), as a consequence of these.

Don't hesitate to listen to our podcast episode on the subject (available on all listening platforms: "endometriosis, taboos... #etthen").

In addition to consulting a doctor (gynecologist or midwife specializing in vulvar pain) to assess the medical possibilities, follow-up physiotherapy is recommended to benefit from the many techniques available to re-educate/soothe the vulvar area.

What medical and therapeutic follow-up?

This recommendation does not replace medical advice; if you have symptoms, we invite you to consult a specialized professional.

For medical follow-up, if you are looking for a gynecologist/midwife specialized in endometriosis, you can send an email to the associations which have contact lists and consult the directory of private midwives, the pointgyn, gyn&co site , mapatho...

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