Long-term well-being after surgical or conservative treatment of severe vulvar vestibulitis
Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica, 07/27/2012
TOMMOLA P et al.– This observational case–control study compares long–term well–being of women who needed surgery or did not need surgery in the treatment of severe vulvar vestibulitis syndrome. It was seen that women with severe vulvar vestibulitis syndrome who do not respond to conservative management achieve good long–term well–being and decrease of dyspareunia by posterior vestibulectomy. The response is comparable to that achieved by conservative management among women who do not need surgery.