My 16 year old daughter has been having extreme pain in her Vaginal opening since November 2012. We have seen 3 Gynocologists and 2 Urologists and are not any closer to a answer. It is taking over her life. She missed 18 days of school last trimester along with soccer and everything else that she loves. The frustration that she and I both have is taking a toll on us. Does anyone have any answers? She is not able to sit, wear certain clothes. I have found her in the fetal postion many times in tears. The doctors just keep giving her pain killers and I am afraid she will get addicted to them. She has also had an ultrasound that was normal and has been test for all STD's. HELP!! This is making life awful for her. Any advice would be helpful.View Thread
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