According to figures from Ingenes Institute of Fertility and Genetics , 75% of women will have, at some time in their life, a cervical-vaginal infection. Although, is this predisposition the only cause that can cause pain in this area of the body?
The vagina it is a muscular tube or conduit lined with mucous membranes, and its opening is between the urethra and the anus ", as described in an article of the National Institute of Health.
There are causes that can give rise to vaginal pain, here we present 3, with information from Mary Jane Minkin, Professor of Gynecology of the Yale School of Medicine.
1. Herpes. Visible blisters and intense pain accompany this sexually transmitted disease. While there is no cure for herpes, you can start treating it with medications that reduce the frequency of outbreaks and help manage pain.
2. Your partner's penis. Not everything is in the female anatomy. This discomfort can be very difficult to distinguish, and pain is often confused by a yeast infection. However, having the partner have a large limb may cause irritation.
3. Endometriosis. If you have pain during penetration or in the period, this symptom may point to a endometriosis (a condition in which the lining of the uterus grows).
Remember that in sexuality everything is allowed as long as there is respect and trust. If you feel pain do not waste time, go with a health expert.