Every woman faces one or more vaginal problems at some point during their life, but neglecting the issue may worsen the condition. Sometimes it is hard to predict what is wrong with your genitals, and you may need to seek professional help to understand a particular condition.

Here is a list of the common problems of women with their vagina and how to deal with it.

Bacterial Vaginosis

The problem arises when there is an imbalance in the bacterial flora of the vagina. The infection is not caused by outside invaders, but a change in the composition of good and bad bacteria present in the area. Douching or having multiple sexual partners may cause an imbalance in the composition of the vaginal bacteria. The symptoms include a change in the color and odor of the discharge.


Usually, it may not require treatment, but it is good to see your gynecologist if the symptoms persist for a longer period of time.

Yeast Infection

It is a common problem faced by women and can present itself as an itching and redness in the vagina. You may see a cottage cheese-like discharge from your vagina with a change in odor. Yeast infections can be painful and may need immediate attention. You may try several home remedies as well as over-the-counter treatments to get rid of it.


Trichomoniasis is caused by an organism- Trichomonas vaginalis and is a sexually transmitted disease (STD). The symptoms include a frothy and greenish-yellow discharge from the vagina. You may also have an irritation, itching and a pain in your lower abdomen. The condition can make intercourse uncomfortable and painful. It is diagnosed by examining the discharge for the presence of a parasite. Your gynecologist will probably prescribe an antibiotic for you and your partner to prevent the disease from spreading.

Pain in vulva

Also known as vulvodynia, the condition may cause great discomfort in the vagina. It is hard to predict the exact cause of vulvodynia but usually, it is due to an inflammation and injury to the vulva. An increase in the nerve density near the vulva may also cause a stabbing pain. Physical therapy, ice packs, and local anesthesia may provide relief from the discomfort, though it is recommended to see a doctor for evaluating the exact cause of vulvodynia.

Rashes and sores

Irritation in the vaginal skin may cause rashes, sores, and even lumps. You may feel irritation, itching, and redness in the area surrounding the vulva. Tight fitting clothes and use of chemicals for douching or cleaning may irritate the sensitive skin of the vagina and cause sores and blisters that are painful. It is recommended to seek professional help immediately to prevent the condition from aggravating.

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