Vaginal Pain or Discomfort
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By answering a series of questions, you will learn about the more likely reasons for your vaginal pain or discomfort. This guide is not intended to substitute for the in-office care and the advice of your physician.
Vaginal discomfort can occur even when there is nothing out of the ordinary that you can see or feel in the genital area.
Some vaginal pain can be distinguished by whether or not it is made worse by sex.
Is your pain worse during sex?
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