Womens Health

Vaginal

For information on hysterectomies and other vaginal surgical procedures click on our Vaginal Surgery page. Got a question about post-operational problems related with a hysterctomy? See our Vaginal Surgery FAQs section. You can also link to Post-Hysterectomy and Vaginal Problems and Vaginal Hysterectomies: Post-Operational Vaginal Conditions to learn about post-operational conditions like vaginal bleeding or spotting and infection that are associated with having a hysterectomy. And if you’re considering having a laparoscopically assisted vaginal hysterectomy (LAVH), click on our Laparoscopically Assisted Vaginal Hysterectomy (LAVH): What You Can Expect to learn about expectations and complications associated with this surgical process.

Hysterectomy Information

Hysterectomies have been linked to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) and Fibromyalgia Syndrome(FMS); find out about the relationship between a hysterectomy and the rate of incidence of these and other types of diseases at Hysterectomies and the Rate of Incidence of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) and Fibromyalgia Syndrome (FMS).

Diagnosed with vaginal dysplasia? Experiencing vaginal pain or vaginal itching? Click on the following link for detailed answers to FAQs about symptoms of vaginal-related problems: Vaginal Dysplasia.

Need advice on uterine prolapse? Not sure what kind of treatments are available to treat your prolapse symptoms? Find out what treatment options are best in treating uterine prolapse at Uterine Prolapse.

A disease profile on Cervical Ectoprion contains information on causes, symptoms and treatment of cervical ectoprion.

Got a concern about vulvar disorders? At Vulvar Disorders, you can learn about infections, itching and other symptoms caused by vulvar disorders. You can learn about vulvar conditions, such as labia abnormalities, at Vulvar Conditions. Here, you'll find information to common questions about symptoms, causes and treatment.

If you think you may have a vaginal infection, compare your vaginal symptoms with answers to FAQs at our section on Vaginal Infections: Frequently Asked Questions .

Get your answer to questions about bacterial vaginosis (vaginitis) at Bacterial Vaginosis.

Vaginal Conditions

At Vaginal Disease and Colon Conditions, we have information on diverticulosis and diverticulitis, including common features and treatments on these vaginal-based diseases.

Looking for a solution to vaginal or perineal odor? Click on Vaginal and Perineal Odor for a list of possible treatments for your vaginal and perineal odor problems.

Wondering if your vaginal itching and discomfort is a symptom of a yeast infection>? An article on the signs and symptoms of a yeast infection can be accessed at our Yeast Infections page. Or maybe your vaginal discomfort is a symptom of a common vulvar problem. Learn all about vaginal abnormalities at our Vaginal Abnormalities: Symptoms page to learn what your vaginal symptoms mean.

Our The Benefits of Vaginal Pelvic Relaxation page explains vaginal pelvic relaxation and its effects on vaginal discomfort. Find out how simple exercises can help alleviate the symptoms of vaginal discomfort.

Do you suffer from recurring vulvar discomfort? Tips on managing chronic vulvar disorders as well as information on treatment for chronic vulvar pain can be found at our Chronic Vulvar Pain section.

Teen and pre-teen girls have special concerns when it comes to vaginal-related problems. For information on vulvar disorders in pre-adolescent and adolescent girls, click on Youth Vaginal Disorders.

Some experts have linked the use of certain feminine products to an increased risk of developing cancer. Can products like pads, tampons or talcum powder lead to cancer? Learn about the link between common vaginal products and different types of cancer at our Vaginal Products and Cancer section.

Learn more about vaginal conditions at the mayo clinic.

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colema367
what causes lacerations after medical exam for possible abuse in `12 year child. There was no intercourse or objects used, so as this was proven. There was infection but immediately treated with antibiotic. Menstral during exam. Suspected abuse in November 2012, exam performed April 2, 2013. Would there still be lacerations from this time apart? So many diagnosis in this case
12 months ago
AKHAN
Hi, i am facing vaginal pain from last 2-3 week and not able to understand that why its happen, when i see my vagina then i found that a blotch is showing there so plz say some suggestion that it go away and i can live my normal life.
1 year ago
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