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vulvodynia/vaginal burning

hi, i am 21 years old, have been suffering for a while with what i believe is vulvodynia. i experience intense burning at times, am unable to have sex (too painful) and when i do attempt to the pain is worse afterwards... even becoming aroused is uncomfortable on my vulva. it actually feels like the area is very hot -- no itching or infection (i have been checked multiple times for all vaginal infections, std's, etc.)

i have normal periods, on oral birth control.

please let me know anything you think might help or at least decrease this suffering.
  ryanluver on 2006-10-08
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
You presented your detail in not enough or fit for homoeopathic treatment I request you present your sign & symptoms with your expression / sensation / Feeling / Event / so Gesture are required for homeopathic treatment. So please send me your following details given below.

1. Name
2. Age
3. Sex
4. Married/Unmarried
5. weight
6. Height ….
7. country
8. climate
9. List of your complain first 1. 2.. 3 ……
10. Since how long you are suffering for each complain
11. Diabetic or non Diabetic
12. Desire sweets/sour/salt
13. Thirst
14. Tongue
15. Current BP (without medicine and with medicine)
16. What exactly is happening ?
17. How do you feel ?
18. How does this affect you ?
19. How does it feel like ?
20. What comes to your mind ?
21. One situation that had a big effect on you ?
22. How did that feel like ?
23. What sensation do you experience in that situation ?
24. What are you showing by that gesture of your hand.(habits or Action) ?
25. current medicine you are taking
26. family back ground
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28. Nature of working
29. desire or like and dislike of food
30. Name of foods which increase your problem
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32. Aggravation (increases-time, season,)& Amelioration (Decreases)
33. Attached here your photographs of the affected area.

Dr. Deoshlok Sharma
deoshlok last decade
Know abou vulvodynia it is fully curable in homoeopathy........

The International Society for the Study of Vulvovaginal Disease (ISSVD) defines Vulvodynia as chronic vulvar discomfort or pain, characterized by burning, stinging, irritation or rawness of the female genitalia in cases in which there is no infection or skin disease of the vulva or vagina causing these symptoms. Burning sensations are the most common, but the type and severity of symptoms are highly individualized. Pain may be constant or intermittent, localized or diffuse.

Vulvodynia has been classified into the following subtypes:

Generalized (or dysesthetic) Vulvodynia
Dysesthetic Vulvodynia symptoms may be diffuse or in different areas at different times. Pain may be present in the labia majora, labia minora, and/or the vestibule. (see vulvar anatomy) Some women experience pain in the clitoris, mons pubis, perineum and/or the inner thighs. The pain may be constant or intermittent. Symptoms are not necessarily caused by touch or pressure to the vulva, i.e., with intercourse or bicycle riding, but these activities often exacerbate the symptoms.

Vulvar Vestibulitis Syndrome
Women with VVS have pain only in the vestibule, and only during or after touch or pressure is applied. Burning sensations are the most common symptom and may be experienced with some or all of the following: sexual intercourse, tampon insertion, gynecologic examination, bicycle riding, and wearing tight pants.

There are several other conditions that cause chronic vulvar pain and may coexist with Vulvodynia. The most common of these are listed below:

Cyclic Vulvovaginitis
Women with cyclic vulvovaginitis have recurrent burning and itching symptoms at the same stage of the menstrual cycle. Many have cyclical bouts of yeast infections and some have other causes for their symptoms.

Vulvar Dermatoses
There are many dermatologic conditions that may cause pain in the vulva. The most common include: allergic or contact dermatitis, lichen sclerosus, lichen simplex chronicus and lichen planus. These conditions may cause symptoms of itching and burning. Scratching the vulva and overusing topical medications may inflame the tissue, causing swelling and additional pain.

Vulvodynia, as with most chronic pain conditions, can have a profound impact on a woman’s quality of life. It typically affects her ability to engage in sexual activity and may interfere with daily functioning, e.g., sitting at a desk, engaging in physical exercise, and participating in social activities. These limitations can negatively affect self-image and lead to depression.

dr.deoshlok sharma
deoshlok last decade
1. Name: Ruth
2. Age: 21
3. Sex: f
4. Married/Unmarried: unmarried (in committed relationship)
5. weight: 130
6. Height 5'6
7. country USA
8. climate- NYC... we get all the seasons
9. List of your complain first 1. vaginal burning 2.pain during sex 3. irritation/rawness of the vulva
10. all about 1 yr
11. non Diabetic
12. i've always had a sweet tooth, that hasn't changed.
13. i am thirsty very often
14. Tongue is normal
15. Current BP (without medicine and with medicine)- ?? not sure what this is asking
16. What exactly is happening? i feel as if my vulva area is burning on a regular basis. it hurts too much to have sex. i feel a slight urgency to pee regularly.
17. How do you feel? very uncomfortable/raw in the vulva area
18. How does this affect you ?
i am unable to have sex with my boyfriend, i have to put cream on the area to relieve burning
19. How does it feel like ? see above.
20. What comes to your mind ? i just want something to cool the area and get it to stop burning!!!

25. current medicine you are taking.
zoloft, 50 mg. birth control (lowest dose of hormones)
26. family back ground -- my mother also suffered for years with vaginal burning. she said it eventually went away on its own after YEARS of experiencing this.
ryanluver last decade
Try Phosphorus 200 daily one dose at morning and sepia 6c three times in a day and continue for a month. if it fails than i require more detail about history i.e. how happens . is there and masterbution habit then what you will use.
dr.deoshlok sharma
deoshlok last decade
'if it fails than i require more detail about history i.e. how happens . is there and masterbution habit then what you will use. '

history: was diagnosed with trichomaniasis; my partner and i both were treated -- still suffered with burning and was treated for bacterial vaginosis several times (although i don't even think i really had it because the doctor just assumed that's what it was.) tests all came back negative but i still have burning feeling.

what are you talking about when you say 'masterbution habit' ??
ryanluver last decade
I know this post is over a year old, but I too used to suffer with this terrible thing. Mine was caused by oxalates being discarded as crystals in the urine. By eliminating all soy in my diet I got rid of the oxalate crystals and the vulvodynia went away!!!!!
Garden last decade
hi i have the same problem and i want to try ur remedy what u suggest is it the liquid i need or the capsuals because when i go to purchase it it asks me do i want it in a cream,liquid or tablet please reply xxxx
laurabrookes11111 last decade
you may take the liquid . take 2 drops twice in a day...
try and inform me...
dr.deoshlok sharma
deoshlok last decade
thanks its just i get this constant vaginal burning al day long sex can also trigger it of it burns al the way through sex and after and sumtimes burn wen i wee but not al the time but it always burns after i wee will i take the sepia and the phosphorus at the same time like 2 drops of one in the mornin and two drops of the other them the same at night time xx
laurabrookes11111 last decade
and wil i need a stronger one them 6c or wil that be strong enough for me or should i get the 30c
laurabrookes11111 last decade
please reply x
laurabrookes11111 last decade
you can take the 30c no problem..

dr.deoshlok sharma
deoshlok last decade
thankyou for ur reply do i take the sepia and the phosphorus at the same time xx
laurabrookes11111 last decade
morning phosphorus and evening or night sepia

dr.deoshlok sharma
deoshlok last decade
thanks very much for ur help wil let u no how it goes wen do u think i should start seein an imprvment i have has this condition for 2 years now so wil it take longer x
laurabrookes11111 last decade
sori to miver u agen i dnt have to mix the 2 drops of liquid i have to take with water or anythin or do i just take them normally x
laurabrookes11111 last decade
inoo This Is Old but im only 11 and im goin through this pain to im frm the UK and i dnt want to tell myy mum or anyone , coz i feel it will be embarrising well it feels ok wen i wee bt wen i get to the end of having a wee iits really HOT
i Feel i need too go the toliet ALL of the time it lasts up too about 3-4 hours if not less
butr it really herts me ,, could you help ??
MissBox last decade
I don't know if you have the problem sorted now MissBox. I'm not a doctor or anything but it might be a urine infection. The doctor can test your urine (you just pee in a little pot and then they test it) then they can tell you if it is a urine infection or not. I know it's embarassing but they deal with this stuff all the time. You could even make an appointment with a nurse if you prefer, there might be one at your school you can arrange to see.
Lizzi last decade
i no this is old but im haveing the same promble im 16 and been with my boy friend for a year now and always after we have sex the next day i wake up i always stare to feel like i have to pee and nothing makes it go away im scared to tell my boyfriend and my mom is not really s0meone i can tell with out my life being over nothing helps if anyone know's plaez write back soon what could help thanks,
missprn last decade
i don't know exactly if vulvodynia is what i have but it sounds correct. last month i had an UTI and i thought that the burning feeling meant another UTI was coming but the difference is where the burning occur, so i know its not an UTI or cystitis. its been about a month now and i keep feeling the burning sensation almost every day!!! is annoying!! i've been taking vitamin C and echinacea to help my immune system since i thought it was an infection(my mom has this natural herb books where it tells you what things to take naturally and it the medication kinda helps but i cant take this annoying burning). I DONT KNOW WHAT TO DO! i shower and take the medications every time i feel the sensation coming but it keeps coming back everyday! how can i make this burning in my vaginal opening to go away for good?? please help!.oh! one last thing! i also feel the need to go to the bathroom a lot when i have the burning and i only pee drops! (like the cystitis, but the burning is in my viginal opening not only when i pee)
thank you!
sovi5 last decade
I know this is an old post.
I'm 20 and a virgin. I have noticed a weird pain in my vagina whenever i am sexually aroused.
It feels like its burning.. it lasts for just a few secs until i stop thinking of something that makes me sexually excited.
I am not sure what's wrong with me.. can anybody help?
It doesn't itch or anything
Rabbri last decade
You probably have vaginal yeast. It can be in the vaginal
tract and any additional moisture in the area then can
help the yeast travel and yeast burns the tissues.
bc it is feeding off sugar in the vaginal cells and turns
into alcohol.

Which is why they advise wearing a tampon with a severe yeast
infection bc it absorbs the excess moisture that is going
to burn the labia.

A. Go to pharmacy and get the monostat treatment .
B. Start changing your diet to protein and vegetables and
stop sugar and most carbs- and no fruit smoothies etc-
C. go to gyno and have the yeast validated(if above does not help and see what is going on) Which is the first thing I would do.
D. Birth control pills can contribute to this and anitbiotics-
try taking a good 8 strain probiotic once a day to renew
the right gut bacteria.

Everytime you get antibiotics take the probiotic for 3 weeks after.
[message edited by simone717 on Thu, 02 Aug 2012 18:07:40 BST]
simone717 last decade
My wife has delivered 4 months back via c-section. She has similar itching + severe burning, she starts crying as soon as we start intercourse. please suggest if we can take phos & sepia in similar quantities.
dpnctl last decade
I'm 21 years old and started experiencing this after breast surg. My Gyno in testing me to see if my body is producing enough hormones, and a trigger test to train my brain as it could be nerve related.

It's not a instant cure, but I have been using a 2% numbing gel like xylocain jelly or even bongela both can get from the chemist, and that has helped so much. I experience all these symptoms and more. I use the cream morning n lunch time. I saw so many doctors having the same tests over and over again till I saw a Gyno who is also a fertility expert, did some research n took in my notes to show him what I thought it was, and so he understood my symptoms.

With sex, using the numbing jelly couple mins before, and using positions that don't cause pressure has worked for me. I couldnt even sit on a chair longer then half an hour and the pain would start.

I know this post is old but I hope this helps anyone who reads this.
Louloua 9 years ago
Ryan,did that medicine work?! I'm also suffering for a year now, same symptoms as you! Please please reply!
zizimcdonald 9 years ago

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