burning vulva syndrome

burn·ing vul·va syn·drome

persistent vulvodynia in which a physical cause has not been identified.
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On the other hand, genital pain at intercourse may be due to many pelvic conditions such as infections and dermatological, metabolic, autoimmune, or neoplastic diseases; it can also be due to a clinical disorder that has been identified as a unique entity, the "burning vulva syndrome," or vulvovestibular syndrome [11].
In vulvodynia (or burning vulva syndrome), the external genital area stings, itches, becomes irritated or hurts when any kind of pressure, from tight clothing to intercourse, is experienced.