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Urology, Nephrology and Andrology International

Volume  3, Issue 2, Jul-Dec 2018, Pages 49-51


Case Report

Garrulitas Vulvae: A Rare Case of Young Female with Vaginal Flatulence
Sanjay P Dhangar1, Ibrahim Kothawala2, Amrapali D Gosavi3
1Consultant Urologist and Assistant professor, Department of Surgery, SMBT Institute of Medical Sciences & Research Centre, Igatpuri Nashik, Maharashtra 422403, India 2Consultant Urologist, Saifee Hospital, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400004, India. 3Consultant Gynaecologist and Obstetrician, Tambe Hospital, Sangamner, Ahmednagar, Maharashtra 422605, India.
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Vaginal flatulence is considered a pelvic floor disorder in females that is described as passage of odourless gas from the genital tract. It causes significant distress and embarrassment to sufferers. Vaginal flatus mostly starts after vaginal delivery or sometimes spontaneously, however, it is also reported after caesarean section and other pelvic operations. It is less common in virgin young females as compared to parous females. The treatment of this condition are various including kegel exercises, placement of vaginal pessary, anterior and posterior colporrhaphy. We report a case of young virgin female who came with vaginal flatus posed a diagnostic dilemma and improved with conservative treatment. 

Keywords: Garrulitus vulvae; Vaginal flatus; Vaginal wind; Vaginal flatulence. 

Corresponding Author : Sanjay P Dhangar, Consultant Urologist and Assistant Professor, Department of Surgery, SMBT Institute of Medical Sciences & Research Centre, Igatpuri, Nashik, Maharashtra 422403, India.