Causes Of Intermittent Pain In The Left Vaginal Bone?
Assalamu alaikum, I am a housewife who often feels pain in the left side of the vaginal bone. And the pain goes away without taking medication. It just doesn’t hurt if you press it.
Hello, Haura, thanks for asking HealthReplies.com.
Pain in the female genitals / vagina or in the pelvic area (containing the organs that make up the pelvis, from bones, muscles, to internal organs) can be caused by several possible causes:
1. There is impact / injury / friction to the painful area. A dry vagina during sexual intercourse can cause blisters due to excess friction.
2. Inflammation of the pelvis (pelvic inflammatory disease).
3. There was an infection in the vagina
4. During ovulation / release of eggs
To ascertain the cause, it is necessary to consult and directly examine by a doctor. The doctor needs to know exactly where the pain is felt, the characteristics of the pain, and the presence of other symptoms, such as fever, lumps on the genitals, lower abdominal pain, urinary disorders (not smooth, painful, bleeding, dripping, dissatisfied after BAK), bleeding / pain during sexual intercourse, signs of pregnancy, to the presence of vaginal discharge. The doctor will examine the patient's body as a whole, but will focus more on the parts that are complained of and those related to these parts. Investigations can be done if necessary, for example, ultrasound, pregnancy tests, complete blood tests.
If you experience accompanying symptoms like the ones I have shown above, you should immediately consult a doctor. To reduce pain, you can try soaking in warm water and relaxing yourself. In addition, you should ensure the adequacy of lubricants during sex, by drinking more, consuming soy, and so on. If it still hurts, it's best not to have sex until the pain subsides.
That's all, hopefully it's useful.
Greetings, dr. Sarah Rizqia.