Dysesthetic Vulvodynia: Generalized pain in the vulvar region which can occur intermittently or constantly and has no obvious cause. The pain may be triggered by activities that put pressure on the area such as bike riding, tight clothes or even intercourse.
The list of signs and symptoms mentioned in various sources for Dysesthetic Vulvodynia includes the 13 symptoms listed below: * Chronic vulvar pain * Chronic vulvar burning * Chronic vulvar soreness * Perineal pain * Inner thigh pain * Pubic pain * Clitorial pain * Vulvar discomfort * Clitoral discomfort * Pubic discomfort * Vulvar discomfort burning * Clitorial discomfort burning * Pubic discomfort burning
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