If your daughter complains of a sore bottom or is scratching her genital area, she may have vulvovaginitis, an inflammation of the vulva and vagina. It's the most common gynecologic problem in young girls particularly school-age girls , though it can occur at any age. While you may associate vaginal infections with sexual activity, young girls who have not yet reached puberty are especially susceptible to vulvovaginitis for reasons that have nothing to do with sex. Because your daughter doesn't yet have pubic hair or fatty labia for protection, clothing, chemicals, soaps, and medications can easily irritate the delicate skin of her vulva. Even a foreign object lodged there — something as simple as a piece of toilet paper — can cause inflammation.
Why Your Baby Girl Has Vaginal Discharge
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Vaginal Itching in Children
Vaginal itching in children is relatively common issue and may be associated with redness, inflammation, and discharge or even bleeding. Most of the cases are harmless and can be effectively managed and prevented by removing the irritating cause or with some home remedies and over the counter medications. Vaginal itching is quite common in children and young girls.
Purpose: Persistent unexplained vaginal discharge or bleeding in the pediatric population may be the only manifestation of a serious underlying medical or social problem. Therefore, these symptoms require careful and complete evaluation to identify the primary pathology accurately. We retrospectively reviewed charts of patients who presented for evaluation of persistent vaginal discharge or bleeding to determine if noninvasive imaging was a sensitive means of screening for gynecological pathology. Materials and methods: The records of 24 girls younger than 6 years who presented with vaginal discharge or bleeding were reviewed retrospectively.