Haemorrhoids and vaginal infections/UTIs

Haemorrhoids can cause faeces to accumulate around your anus after the toilet, creating a reservoir of bacteria. This bacteria can more easily spread to the vagina simply by regular movements. We offer some options for keeping your haemorrhoids debris-free.

Crohn’s disease and your vulva and vagina

Crohn's disease can also affect the vagina and vulva, however vulvovaginal or gynaecological symptoms in women may be missed, and can be hard to treat.

Vaginal prolapse, pelvic organ prolapse and vaginal/pelvic relaxation syndromes

The prolapse of pelvic organs into the vagina can occur for several reasons, with treatment available.