Medications such as Advil and Tylenol can dull the pain, and an anti-histamine will help with the itchiness.
There are numbing creams on the market that you can apply to your vagina to get some relief from the pain. Look for ointments that contain Lidocaine or a Lidocaine/prilocaine mixture. Make sure to follow directions.
3. Warm Bath
A warm bath is also very helpful to alleviate pain in that area.
Ice is a great way to bring some relief to a sore vagina that is caused by sexual roughness, frequency, or an injury. Wrapping an ice pack in a cloth and applying intermittently to the area is helpful.
Growths can cause pain, and should be examined by a doctor, to determine if you have an STD, an infection, or some other medical cause. Menopause can also cause vaginal soreness, due to hormonal changes that can cause dryness.
6. Rough Intercourse
If you’ve had rough sex, or a lot of sex, your vagina may becomesore. It’s a muscle, and can get sore just like any other overused muscle in your body.
Vulvodynia, the medical term for vaginal soreness, can be caused by many things. The first step is to figure out the cause.