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These conditions include: injury to a nerve as a result of an infection or trauma to the vulva (which can result in a sharp stabbing pain; a yeast infection close to the vagina; genetic factors (which could mean long-term inflammation, due to the vulva not working optimally).


The prime symptom is pain in the pelvic region. However, it may also involve:
• Stinging
• A sensation of burning
• Painful penetrative sex
• Itching
• Irritation at the surface of the skin
• A cutting sharp pain in the vulva (including the vagina opening and labia).


So What Should I Do Next?

The expression: “there’s no time like the present,” holds very true here. This is because, like so many other medical conditions, the longer you leave this type of pain, the worse it can become. That is why taking the first step to see a Pain Specialist to get a correct diagnosis and find out about the plethora of conventional and cutting-edge treatment options on offer, is so very important. Every patient is different, and a holistic personalised treatment plan will be devised according to your needs.

The length and type of treatment that you will receive will be dependant on various factors such as your medical history, and the intensity of your symptoms. In some cases, you may undergo several different treatments over a number months . – This will determine which methods are the most successful.

Prior to your appointment, it is a good idea to keep a ‘Pain Diary.’ This will act as a log showing: the time of day that your symptoms occur, the intensity of the symptoms (e.g. a sharp stabbing pain), and what you are doing at the time (as this could impact the pain).


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