Vaginal burning: 10 causes and treatments - vaginal skin pain


Vulvodynia (vulval pain) - NHS vaginal skin pain

Vulvodynia is persistent, unexplained pain in the vulva. The vulva is the female genital area including the skin surrounding the opening of the vagina.

The pain is in your vestibule, the part of your vulva around the opening of your vagina. It can cause redness and irritation of the skin and pain in.

Some of the skin disorders that affect the vulva include folliculitis, contact.

The pain could be coming from your actual vagina (the internal organ) or from the labia and skin that form your vulva (your outside genitalia).

The skin of the vulva is extremely delicate, making it vulnerable to a wide range of . burning, irritation, soreness, painful sex or painful urination, you should see .