Chemical vaginitis: implications and management.

@article{Nakhal2013ChemicalVI,
  title={Chemical vaginitis: implications and management.},
  author={Rola S. Nakhal and Cara E. Williams and Sarah M Creighton},
  journal={Journal of lower genital tract disease},
  year={2013},
  volume={17 1},
  pages={
          95-8
        }
}
Successful spontaneous pregnancy in a nullipara with acquired gynaetresia: A case report
Background: Gynaetresia is the narrowing or complete occlusion of the vagina which may be congenital or acquired. Acquired gynaetresia is commoner in Nigeria due to female genital mutilation and
Successful Pregnancy Following Acquired Gynatresia
TLDR
This case is peculiar as spontaneous conception occurred with a pinhole opening as a result of spontaneous vaginal delivery complicated by gynatresia that failed due to erectile dysfunction in the spouse.
Postpartum Vaginal Stenosis Due to Chemical Vaginitis.
TLDR
A 21-year-old gravida 1 para 1, presented with secondary amenorrhea and inability to have sexual intercourse, after normal spontaneous vaginal delivery complicated by post partum bleeding, where a wash cloth soaked with caustic soda was left in situ for 10 days, which ultimately led to the severe scarring and stenosis of the vagina.

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