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Vagina

Vagina

The vagina is an integral part of a woman’s reproductive system. Its structure can be described as a muscular canal that is lined with nerves and mucus membranes. It is the link between the uterus and the cervix, while also leads the connection to the vulva, which is the external part of the female genitalia. The vaginal opening, otherwise known as introitus is from where the menstrual blood passes and also the baby is delivered through this orifice. It also aids in copulation. The vaginal wall is made up of muscular tissue that can expand during childbirth and intercourse. The cells on its outer layer store glycogen which is broken down by bacteria and further facilitates the maintenance of the pH inside the vaginal canal to protect it against harmful pathogens and fungi. The hymen is a thin membrane found at the opening of the vaginal canal. It’s partially open to allow the flow of menstrual blood outwards. The hymen may get ruptured due to vigorous physical activities like sports or aerobics or when the first time a woman engages in intercourse.

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The vaginal wall is prone to inflammation and infection, as well as wear-and-tear during a woman’s lifetime. Some ailments affecting the vagina are Vaginitis, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Vaginal atrophy, and Vaginal Prolapse. An overview of these diseases is as follows:

Vaginitis: This refers to the inflammation or infection of the vagina and vulva. Also known as vulvovaginitis, this is a common ailment that affects women of all ages. The most common culprit of this infection is bacteria, Viruses, parasites, sexually transmitted diseases and exposure to allergens or chemical irritants can also trigger this. The visible symptoms differ according to the cause but some common ones are itching or irritation in the genitals, inflammation around the vulva, vaginal discharge with a strong odour and pain during urination.

Sexually Transmitted Diseases: STDs are infections that get transmitted through sexual contact between two individuals, one who is infected and the other who is not. Some of these diseases show clear symptoms while some can be detected only through screening tests like the Pap smear test. The most common STI among women is Gonorrhoea. If symptoms occur, then it’s within a period of 2 to 14 days. There’s also a probability that an infected person may not show any visible symptoms and thus can carry it to someone who’s unaware. Symptoms include pain during intercourse, burning sensation while urinating, fever, heavier periods and vaginal discharges.

Vaginal Atrophy: With the onset of this disease, the vaginal tissues become thinner, which makes the muscular canal narrower and decreases its elasticity. It happens mostly during menopause. Either way, it can also occur in younger women also, if there is a deficiency of estrogen in the body and can cause pain during intercourse and dryness in the vagina.

Vaginal Prolapse: When the vagina undergoes a great amount of strain, its tissues may protrude into other organs. Vaginal childbirth, immense pressure on the abdomen due to obesity and menopause can cause this. Its symptoms are not clearly visible, but a woman affected by it may experience fullness in the pelvis or a sensation of pulling in the affected area. A woman might even involuntarily pass urine while sneezing, laughing or coughing.

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