How effective is spermidine treatment for Vulvodynia?

Vulvodynia is one of the most common causes of genital pain and pain with sexual intercourse, affecting up to 15% of women in fertile age. This syndrome is characterized by severe pain on vestibular touch or attempted vaginal entry, exquisite tenderness to palpation with a cotton swab, as well as by subtle physical findings confined to vestibular erythema. The etiology of Vulvodynia is unknown. Hence, it is probably best to consider Vulvodynia as a chronic local inflammatory condition with a wide variety of etiologic causes. Vulvodynia is common in people with fibromyalgia (FMS) and chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS).1 It's a chronic pain condition that affects the vulva, which is the external portion of the female genitalia. Vulvodynia can have a major impact on your life. While a lot of us with FMS and ME/CFS deal with, it is not a symptom - it's a separate condition that needs to be diagnosed and treated on its own. Any source of pain has the potential to make your FMS and ME/CFS symptoms more severe, which makes proper treatment especially important. The pain or discomfort of Vulvodynia doesn't come from any obvious source. The tissues appear healthy, there's no infection, and there's no injury to blame it on. However, that doesn't mean it's not "real." How do you know it's real? Because you can feel it. Many women don't describe their discomfort as pain but as itching, burning, stinging, irritation, stabbing, and/or rawness. Vulvodynia Symptoms Symptoms of Vulvodynia can range from mild discomfort to severe and debilitating pain. It may be only in one area or it may move around. It may be sharp or diffuse, and it may come and go. Symptoms include: • Burning or stinging • Rawness • Itching • Throbbing • Overall soreness Vulvodynia can cause pain during sexual intercourse, exercise, sitting, and other aspects of daily function. Medical science has identified several types of Vulvodynia, and each one has a unique set of symptoms. It was surprisingly discovered that Vulvodynia treatment complex of Microbioserum represents an effective medical treatment in Vulvodynia.