conditions & concerns we treat

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vulvar & vaginal concerns


If you or someone you care for is experiencing unexplainable burning, stinging, tender pain of the vulva that lasts more than three months, vulvodynia may be the culprit. Despite being incredibly uncomfortable, vulvodynia often presents without any visible symptoms.


If your vagina seems resistant (or even downright adverse to) any penetration, you may have vaginismus. This frustrating and uncomfortable condition can often wreak havoc on both the sexual and mental health of the patient, causing the vaginal muscles to spasm or tighten in anticipation of any penetration, be it from sex, a tampon, or a routine medical procedure.

vaginal dryness

If you have a vagina, chances are you will experience vaginal dryness at some point in your lifetime. However common it may be, vaginal dryness can be an extremely uncomfortable condition causing irritation, pain, burning, and an aversion to intercourse. For many women and people with vaginas, hormonal changes are at the root of vaginal dryness.


If you are a woman or person with a vagina who consistently struggles to reach orgasm during sex, you may have surrendered to the belief “I just can’t have them.” However, what you may not know is there is quite likely a medical reason for your difficulty in reaching climax. The medical term for this: anorgasmia, and it is an extremely common condition.

vaginal atrophy

For many women and people with vaginas, a dip in estrogen can put you on the path toward vaginal atrophy (atrophic vaginitis). This condition can cause sex to become painful and may also result in urinary symptoms. It is often categorized by inflammation, thinning, and drying of the vaginal walls.

lichen sclerosis

Lichen sclerosis is a chronic vulvar skin condition that is most commonly seen in women over 50. The condition is often characterized by thin, pale, and wrinkled vulvar skin that is vulnerable to pain, itching, bruising, tearing, and blisters. Drs. Kimble are usually able to diagnose lichen sclerosis during a simple discussion of your medical history and symptoms, followed by a brief physical examination.

Lichen Simplex Chronicus

Chronic rubbing, itching, and/or irritation of the vulva can sometimes result in lichen simplex chronicus, a skin condition causing inflamed, burning, and/or thickened vulvar skin. In many instances of lichen simplex chronicus, the patient may present with pink or purple tinged skin, leathery texture, swelling, and severe itching.

vulvar dermatitis

The vulvar skin is incredibly sensitive. If you find the intimate skin surrounding the opening or folds of your vaginal are red, inflamed, and irritated, vulvar dermatitis could be to blame. While dermatitis can present nearly anywhere on the body, vulvar dermatitis can be particularly uncomfortable, and may lead to infection if left untreated.

vulvar psoriasis

As many as two-thirds of people with psoriasis will also experience genital psoriasis. It often appears as bright red, violet, silver, or pink scale-like patches on the vulva. The condition may be painful, and is often worsened by tight clothing, friction, and irritating products.

vulvar fissures

Vulvar fissures can appear as small cracks, abrasions, or tears in the delicate vulvar skin. Most often, women and/or people with vaginas who have experienced menopause are most susceptible to vulvar fissures due to the increased likelihood of vaginal dryness.

vulvar irritation

If ever you are experiencing pain, inflammation, or irritation of the vulva, it is important to seek the care of a urogynecologist. Vulvar irritation may arise for a variety of reasons, and if left untreated, can contribute to several secondary conditions, such as Female Sexual Dysfunction.

vulvar acne

Got bumps? If you thought acne could only pester you from the neck up, think again. Vulvar acne is often caused by sweat, too tight clothing, and products unworthy of your delicate intimate bits. Persons with a hormonal imbalance, who are overweight, and exercise frequently may be particularly at risk.

Chronic Vaginal & Vulvar Infections

Common signs of chronic vaginal & vulvar infection include the presentation of frequent irritation, itching, inflammation, and discomfort, as well as unusually colored or foul-smelling discharge. If you or someone you care for is suffering from chronic vaginal & vulvar infections, such as vulvovaginitis or yeast infections, you don’t need to suffer in silence.