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What is the most effective vulvodynia treatment method?

What is the most effective vulvodynia treatment method?
Many women with vulvodynia suffer in silence despite the chronic pain they often experience. The condition can be difficult to diagnose and treat because most gynecologists believe it is a nerve condition. Women with the condition are often so frustrated, they are anxious to find out who knows of an effective vulvodynia treatment method so they wind up seeing a lot of different gynecologists, often to receive the same ineffective treatment.

What is Vulvodynia?
Vulvodynia is chronic pain of the vulva. The anatomically includes the clitorus, labia majora, labia minora and the vestibule. The pain includes burning, stinging, soreness, and irritation. Women may also experience hypersensitivity to clothing,  soaps, detergents, perspiration, and rubbing against the tissuse by wiping after urination, tampon use and intercourse can be particularily painful.

Which treatment is most effective
At Fowler Gyn International (FGI), Phoenix, AZ, they offer a comprehensive treatment protocol for vulvodynia, which includes vaginal rejuvenate therapy. This involves a combination of vaginal medications that are designed to restore normalcy to the vaginal micro-flora.

Vaginal rejuvenate therapy has proven to be consistently effective treatment because it gets to the root cause of the problem. When the vaginal micro-flora is brought back into balance it corrects the irritatiive nature of the secretions.

The choice of medications used will depend on the results of the Vaginal Fluid Analysis (VFA) test. The VFA test will identify the abnormal vaginal constituents, so that balance can be restored.

If you are suffering with vulvodynia and have tried and failed to find a remedy, contact FGI today, to set up a consultation. Check out the practice and numerous testimonials at FowlerGynInternational.com. Or you can give them a call at 480-420-4001.

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