Ladies, don’t you just hate it when you feel an urge to scratch your private area below?
That’s right, we’re referring to your v*gina and how you should be wary when you find it itchy because you might have a condition called vestibular papillomatosis (VP).
VP usually affects the women’s v*gina and appears as small bumps. The small bumps are usually found in the vestibular labia minora, which is located in the deep part of your v*gina. It is typically in pink or red color.
Don’t fret because according to the studies, it’s not a sexually-transmitted disease or a virus. They say that a vestibular papillomatosis is actually normal for women who are between the menarche and menopausal stage.
What’s a menarche and when does it occur? A menarche is when you initially feel the effects of menstruation, while the menopausal stage is the stoppage of your menstruation. This usually occurs when the woman is already around 50 years and older.
The source said that there are no direct causes as to how vestibular papillomatosis occurs. But your genes and the environment you’re in may influence how it develops.
It said: “Interrelated genetic and environmental factors influencing the reproductive system development” may be the cause.
If you feel a burning, painful sensation in your v*gina, then it may be time to consult your OB-gyne and maybe see if that’s a vestibular papillomatosis — just for precautionary measures, particularly if you’re in the menarche and menopausal stage.
What do you think about this, ladies? Share your thoughts and opinions in the comments section below!
Originally published on Blogger