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Natural Remedies for Vaginal Diseases, Ayurvedic Medicines, Herbal Cure

Herbal Home Remedies for vaginal disease- Ayurvedic Medicines-Natural Treatment


Vaginal diseases present with lumps, discharge and sores:


The presence of unusual lumps in the wall or base of the vagina is always abnormal. The most common of these is Bartholin's cyst. The cyst, which can feel like a pea, is formed by a blockage in glands which normally supply the opening of the vagina. This condition can be treated with minor surgery. Other less common causes of small lumps or vesicles are herpes simplex. They are usually multiple and very painful with a clear fluid leaving a crust. They may be associated with generalized swelling and are very tender. Lumps associated with cancer of the vaginal wall are very rare and the average age of onset is seventy years.The most common form is squamous cell carcinoma, then cancer of the glands or adenocarcinoma and finally, and even more rarely, melanoma.

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The great majority of vaginal discharges are normal or physiological and include blood or menses (from the uterus), the most common, and clear fluid either as a result of sexual arousal or secretions from the cervix. Other non infective causes include dermatitis, discharge from foreign bodies such as retained tampons or foreign bodies inserted by curious female children into their own vaginas. Non-sexually transmitted discharges occur from bacterial vaginosis and thrush or candidiasis. The final group of discharges include sexually transmitted diseases, gonorrhoea, chlamydia and trichomonas. The discharge from thrush is slightly pungent and white, that from Trichomonas more foul and greenish and that from foreign bodies resembles the discharge of gonorrhoea, greyish or yellow and purulent( like pus).


All sores involve a break down in the walls of the fine membrane of the vaginal wall. The most common of these are abrasions and small ulcers caused by trauma. While these can be inflicted during rape most are actually caused by excessive rubbing from clothing or improper insertion of a sanitary tampon. The typical ulcer or sore caused by syphilis is painless with raised edges. These are often undetected because they occur mostly inside the vagina. The sores of herpes which occur with vesicles are extremely tender and may cause such swelling that passing urine is difficult. In the developing world a group of parasitic diseases also cause vaginal ulceration such as Leishmaniasis but these are rarely encountered in the west. HIV/AIDS can be contracted through the vagina during intercourse but is not associated with any local vaginal or vulval disease. All the above local vulvovaginal diseases are easily treated. Often only shame prevents patients from presenting for treatment.

Vaginal Diseases

Symptoms such as vaginal itching, burning, pain and discharge are some of the most common reasons that women seek medical care. Often, the problem is vaginitis, an inflammation of the vagina. In women of childbearing age, the most common cause is a bacterial infection. The main symptom is a smelly vaginal discharge, but some women have no symptoms. The treatment is antibiotics.

vaginal itching

Alternative Names

Pruritus vulvae; Itching - vaginal area; Vulvar itching


Vaginal itching is a tingling or uneasy irritation of the skin of the vagina and the surrounding area (vulva). The itching may cause a desire to scratch the affected area.


Common causes of vaginal itching include:

  • Chemical irritants -- such as detergents, fabric softeners, feminine sprays, ointments, creams, douches, and contraceptive foams or jellies.
  • Menopause -- the drop in estrogen causes thinning of the vaginal wall and less lubrication.
  • Stress -- may increase vaginal itching and make you more susceptible to infections.
  • Vaginal yeast infection -- often includes a discharge that is white and curd-like. Vaginal yeast infections can be brought on by antibiotics, birth control pills, pregnancy, menstruation, condom use, sexual intercourse, diabetes, and a weakened immune system.
  • Vaginitis - inflammation, itching, discharge, and odor caused by other infections (including sexually transmitted diseases). Vaginitis in girls before puberty is common. If a young girl has a sexually transmitted vaginal infection, however, sexual abuse must be considered and addressed.
  • Other possible, but less common, causes of vaginal or vulvar itching include:

  • Certain skin conditions affecting the vulvar skin, some of which may be precancerous
  • Pinworms (a parasitic infection mainly affecting children)


To prevent and treat vaginal itching:

  • Avoid colored or perfumed toilet tissue and bubble bath.
  • Avoid feminine hygiene sprays and douches.
  • Change out of wet clothing, especially wet bathing suits or exercise clothing, as soon as possible.
  • Cleanse the area by wiping or washing from front to back (vagina to anus) after urinating or having a bowel movement.
  • Eat yogurt with live cultures or take lactobacillus acidophilus tablets when using antibiotics. Check with your doctor.Keep your genital area clean and dry. Use plain, unscented soap.
  • Keep your blood sugar under good control if you have diabetes.
  • Lose weight if you are overweight.
  • Wear cotton panties or pantyhose with a cotton crotch. Avoid panties made from synthetic materials. For infants and toddlers, change diapers often.

It is also helpful to:

  • Avoid overexertion, heat, and excessive sweating.
  • scratching, which will only aggravate the problem.
  • Delay sexual activity until your symptoms get better, or use a lubricant during intercourse.
  • Use condoms to avoid catching or spreading sexually transmitted diseases.

Vaginal burning sensation

The skin sensation of partial numbness or "pins and needles" or a type of "burning", "tingling" or "creeping" sensation of the skin, is known as a "paresthesia". Symptoms may start as a tingling (paresthesia) and change to a numbness, or there may be a combination of decreased sensation (numbness) but with heightened sensations at certain times or with stimulation. Any type of tingling, burning, or numbness is usually a symptom related to a sensory nerve being damaged, diseased, or injured. Causes depend on the exact location of the paresthesia sensations, but typically include a physical nerve injury type condition (e.g. a nerve entrapment or some type of pressure being applied to a nerve directly or to the spinal attachment of that nerve), or a disease condition affecting the nerves (e.g. neuropathy, diabetic neuropathy, multiple sclerosis, diabetes, and others). Having these sensory symptoms in multiple locations, or the recurrence of similar symptoms in different locations is a hallmark symptom of multiple sclerosis, so your doctor will likely ask about the past history of similar symptoms to assess the likelihood of multiple sclerosis as a diagnosis (see symptoms of multiple sclerosis)

Vaginal Pain


Pain in the vaginal canal, also called vulvodynia, which literally means "pain in the vagina," is usually experienced during vaginal manipulation, such as a pelvic exam, or sexual intercourse. Fifty to 85 percent of the causes appear to be due to organic, or medical, conditions. However, it is not uncommon for the medical condition to be compounded by psychological issues such as depression and problems associated with sexual identity.

How does vaginal pain develop ?

Vaginal pain may be caused by an inflammation of the vagina, known as vaginitis, which could be due to a bacterial or yeast infection, or a sexually transmitted disease. It can also be caused by vaginismus, which is pain that occurs when anything enters the vagina, including tampons or even a pelvic examination. Irritation from douches, spermicides or latex in condoms, infections, scars from an injury, childbirth or surgery, or psychological problems from a sexual trauma or abuse may also be involved. Pain felt deep in the vagina, and often accompanied by pain in the lower back, pelvic area, uterus or bladder, may be caused by medical problems such as pelvic inflammatory disease; endometriosis; a pelvic tumor; bowel or bladder disease, such as interstitial cystitis; scar tissue; or ovarian cysts.

While many of the above conditions usually respond to modern medical treatment, if vaginal pain lingers and no known source is found, injured, loose or weak ligaments may be the cause. The most commonly affected areas are the ligaments around the sacrococcygeal junction, as well as the iliolumbar ligament.

What are the symptoms of vaginal pain ?

Vaginal pain can take many forms, from an intermittent, dull ache to a cramping sensation to a chronic burning or sharp, knifelike pain that occurs in the absence of an infection or vaginal disease. Unexplained pain may result in the inability to exercise, have sexual intercourse and, in extreme cases, can cause women to be bedridden. Additional symptoms may include a vaginal discharge, itching and burning of the vagina and vulva.

Conventional medical treatments may help relieve the symptoms of vaginal pain, but they do not address the root of the problem. By strengthening structural weaknesses in the body, as natural medicine treatments like Prolotherapy do, vaginal pain may be alleviated permanently.

Discover why we believe that natural medicine treatments are the best way to treat vaginal pain.

Smelly vaginal discharge

Bacterial vaginosis is the most common cause of that smelly vaginal symptom among women. The main symptom of bacterial vaginosis is an abnormal, foul-smelling or fish-like odor from your vaginal discharge, which may be accompanied by an itchy vagina.

Under normal circumstance, bacteria is always present in your vagina. Your symptoms are a sign of a change in the balance of this bacteria. When this imbalance occurs "bad" bacteria outnumbers "good" or beneficial. Antibiotics are generally used to get your vaginal bacteria back into its appropriate balance.

Other symptoms may include

  • Painful urination
  • Itches around the vagina
  • Thin vaginal discharge, usually white or gray

Health experts are not sure what role sexual activity plays in its development. However, you may increase your chances of getting this infections with a frequent change in sexual partners or having multiple sexual partners.

If your discharge is smelly or your vagina itches ask your health care provider to check out your vaginal fluid and get that odor conquered. Have no shame it happens!