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Contact Dermatitis of the Vulva - Menstrual Cycle
Vulvar dermatitis is considered to be a type of eczema and is a skin condition that affects the female genitalia and sometimes the buttocks. There are two types of vulvar dermatitis, referred to as endogenous vulvar dermatitis and exogenous vulvar dermatitis. Both are considered to be autoimmune disorders and cause pain and itching in the vaginal area. Treatments involve lifestyle changes and medications aimed at relieving symptoms. Endogenous vulvar dermatitis is thought to have a genetic cause.