82457acb1a Has anyone's doctors given them a clue what it is? Comment Cancel Message exceeded the 8000 character limit Comment Comment I'm 24 and have had these type of pains since I was 16 around my period time! I thought it was normal period pains until I asked a few friends and no one else seems to suffer! It stops me in my tracks wherever I am and can't move until it passes! Doctors don't know what is it and they got worse when I tried the mirena so much so I had to have it taken out!!! .Show more Message exceeded the 8000 character limit Submit Comment lauren2 I'm only 14 years old, turning 15 in less than a week. Women who have unprovoked vulvodynia were formerly known as having dysaesthetic (or dysesthetic) vulvodynia where pain was felt without touch. I'm happy to hear that it doesn't last long for you ladies that's truly a blessing those pains usually stay with me for 24 to 48 hours nothing but sleep and laying down helps me .Show more Message exceeded the 8000 character limit Submit Comment MaraThomas I experience this same situation. Even women who undergo a laparoscopy may not have a diagnosis in many cases. She said there was a dry skin spot on my labia, but everything else looked normal. Comment Cancel Message exceeded the 8000 character limit Comment Comment I have got these pains for years and yes, it stops me in my tracks and its quick.Sometime a couple stabs at a time.And then it passes and I breathe again.I've never understood what it is.It's like a flash of lightening strikes up the front or back.I can't related it to anything, ever.But the facial expression I get, when I'm with people that will ask what's wrong.But you freeze in that moment of pain.I have yet to figure out what that is. I may need to get a full hysterectomy due to my prolapse. They are very difficult to diagnose in women because the typical bulge of a hernia is not present.
I found an article on it, and it describes all of my symptoms perfectly. .Show more Message exceeded the 8000 character limit Submit Comment MarianneAnneMarie Possible Cause- I didn't read thru all the pages of comments (naughty me) so i am not sure if this has been suggested or not, but, - whenever i experience this pain it is usually from having stressed my vaginal walls or from hitting my cervix during masturbation. Itching is not usually a feature of the condition. It won't go away. I hope this can help someone. I found many things out there of help. The most common effect is that of tiredness which affects many women. I place some on my finger and gently rub it inside my rectum.