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Combined oral contraceptives : Impact on the vulvar vestibular mucosa and pain mechanisms
Av Ulrika Johannesson
The main aim of this thesis was to study the impact of combined oral contraceptives (COC) on the vulvar vestibular mucosa and pain mechanisms; in healthy women and in women with provoked vestibulodynia (former vulvar vestibulitis syndrome).
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Partial vaginismus : definition, symptoms and treatment

Av Maria Engman

Sammanfattning: Vaginismus is a sexual pain disorder, where spasm of musculature of the outer third of the vagina interferes with intercourse. Vaginismus exists in two forms: total vaginismus, where intercourse is impossible, and the more seldom described partial vaginismus, in which intercourse is possible but painful.
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Increased intraepithelial innervation in women with vulvar vestibulitissyndrome

av N. Bohm-Starke; M. Hilliges; C. Falconer; E. Rylander

Women with vulvar vestibulitis syndrome (VVS) suffer from severe pain and discomfort in the area around the introitus at almost any stimulus that causes pressure within the vestibule. In spite of severe sensory symptoms present in these women, the influence of the peripheral nerves in the vulvar vestibulum has not been clarified before. In this study the nerve supply in the vestibular mucosa in women with VVS and in healthy women free from vulvar symptoms has been revealed by PGP 9.5 immunohistochemestry. The result show a significant increase in the number of intraepithelial nerve endings in women with VVS, indicating an alteration in the nerve supply in the afflicted area.

Vulvar vestibulitis: a multi-factorial condition.

2001 May
av Danielsson I, Eisemann M, Sjoberg I, Wikman M.
Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Sundsvall Hospital, Sweden.Publication Types:
Multicenter Study

Acupuncture for the treatment of vulvar vestibulitis: a pilot study.

2001 May
av Danielsson I, Sjoberg I, Ostman C.
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Sundsvall Hospital, Sundsvall, Sweden.

Dyspareunia in women with special reference to vulvar vestibulitis

Ingela Danielsson. – Umeå : Univ.
Umeå University medical dissertations.

Vulvar vestibulitis: medical, psychosexual and psychosocial aspects, a case-control study.

2000 Oct
av Danielsson I, Sjoberg I, Wikman M.
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Sundsvall Hospital, Sundsvall, Sweden.
Marinyl cream, an anti-oxidant agent in treatment of vulvodynia – a preliminary report.
av Anders Norström, Jens Platz-Christensen, Dept of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Sahlgrenska University Hospital, SE-413 45 Göteborg, Sweden.

Vulvar vestibulitis: evidence of depression and state anxiety in patients and partners.

2003 Nylanderlundqvist E, Bergdahl J.

Vulvar vestibulitis is believed to be the most frequent cause of dyspareunia in premenopausal women, with the symptoms affecting the patient’s life in several ways. We therefore assessed the level of depression and state anxiety in women with vulvar vestibulitis and their partners, and the association of depression and state anxiety with genital symptoms. In this prospective study, 30 women were included at their first visit, and the diagnosis was set. They were asked to fill in questionnaires concerning genital symptoms, pain and well-being, and the results were compared with those of healthy, age-matched and sex-matched controls. Twelve partners were included and their level of depression and anxiety was assessed. Our results indicate that women with vestibulitis show symptoms and signs of depression compared to controls and this must be considered when meeting and treating these women. A depressive status in their partners may indicate the presence of relational problems.

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