- Your Vaginal Injury May Also be Known as:
- Bumped genitalia
- Bumped genitals
- Bumped vagina
- Bumped vulva
- Damaged genitalia
- Damaged genitals
- Damaged vagina
- Damaged vulva
- Genitalia damage
- Genitalia got bumped
Top 2 Vaginal Injury Causes
Endometriosis is a disorder in which the tissue that normally lines the uterine walls grows outside the uterus.
You should visit your physician. The physician will likely do a pelvic exam or ultrasound of the pelvis.
- Top Symptoms:
- vaginal discharge, abdominal pain (stomach ache), vaginal bleeding, pelvis pain, painful periods
- Primary care doctor
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Yeast infections are caused by a fungus called "Candida." Candida is the scientific name for yeast that lives almost everywhere, including in the human body. Typically, our immune system keeps it under control, but if you take antibiotics or gets sick, the fungus can multiply and cause an infection. In this case, it is happening in the vagina.
You can treat this with over-the-counter medications. However, if an over-the-counter does not work, it could be a different type of vaginal infection and evaluation in a clinic is needed.
- Top Symptoms:
- vaginal itch or burning, thick vaginal discharge, white/gray vaginal discharge, vaginal pain, vulvovaginal redness
Questions Your Doctor May Ask About Vaginal Injury
- Q.Do you feel pain when you urinate?
- Q.Have you ever been diagnosed with diabetes?
- Q.Do you currently use estrogen as a hormone replacement therapy?
- Q.Have you ever been diagnosed with HIV or AIDS?
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Vaginal Injury Symptom Checker Statistics
People who have experienced vaginal injury have also experienced:
- 33% Unexplained / Excessive Bleeding From Cuts or Wounds
- 33% Vaginal Discharge
- 33% Mild Vaginal Pain
People who have experienced vaginal injury were most often matched with:
- 50% Endometriosis
- 50% Yeast Infection