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    Labial agglutination (LA) can affect prepubertal or postmenopausal women. LA commonly affects prepubertal girls, but the rate at which LA affects postmenopausal women is unknown, with only a few documented case reports. Symptoms of LA include vulvovaginal pain, dysuria, dyspareunia, and urinary incontinence/urinary symptoms. First-line treatment includes low dose estrogen cream and high dose topical steroid cream. If the creams fail, surgical lysis can be performed. The commonality between these age groups is chronic inflammation and low estrogen. It is important to keep in mind, especially in postmenopausal women, that LA can lead to urinary symptom side effects. © 2021 Published by Elsevier Inc.


    Cheau Williams, Jermaine Robinson, Samantha Leggio. Potential effects of postmenopausal labial agglutination on the urinary system. Urology case reports. 2021 May;36:101565

    PMID: 33489771

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