Vulvar Vestibulitis Syndrome (VVS), vulvodynia, vulvar vestibulitis is a condition forming at vagina entry along with virginal membrane causing aches & pains during sexual intercourse and the exact cause is yet to known.
This illness causes women vaginismus (not be able to have sexual intercourse) and dyspareunia (painful sexual intercourse). Women who intensely experience vestibular table avoid sexual intercourse due to the pain & burning sensation that they feel at entry part of the vagina which such condition can create disturbance between their partners.
Many patients suffering from this illness needlessly have therapies at the clinics lasting for months and realise that despite certain medical treatments their sexual problems remain without achieving any solution what so ever.
Definitive diagnosis for sexual dysfunctions such as vaginismus, dyspareunia (painful sexual intercourse) dyspareunia (painful sexual intercourse), anorgasmia (not be able to have orgasm) can only be established as a result of detailed gynaecological examination.
Causes for vaginismus mostly depending on physiological factors where matters such as fear for sexual intercourse, excessive self-contraction during intercourse occur, but sometimes patient suffering from vestibulitis syndrome experience pain and inflammatory condition occur. Also some patients with vestibulitis syndrome consult to doctors for complaints such as pain, burning and stinging sense during intercourse. Such patients do feel too much pain and sensitivity during sexual intercourse.
Definite treatment for vulvar vestibulitis syndrome is surgically removal that area. In medical literature this operation is named as "partial vestiblotomy". This operation is a pain-free procedure which is being performed under local anaesthesia and lasts about 15 minutes.