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Psychiatr. Pol. 2017; 51(5): 937–952

DOI: https://doi.org/10.12740/PP/67371

Aneta Gerhant, Ewelina Soroka,Aneta Perzyńska-Starkiewicz,
Magdalena Derewianka-Polak, Marcin Olajossy

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Wulwodynia i depresja – opis przypadku


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Vulvodynia and depression – a case study

Summary
The analysis of the case of vulvodynia coexisting with depression. Remission in terms of pain and affective symptoms was achieved simultaneously after including gabapentin in the treatment at a dose of 900 mg/d. Depressive disorders may constitute a risk factor for vulvodynia and occur as a secondary condition to pain. The frequency of other functional pain syndromes such as fibromyalgia and temporomandibular syndrome is much higher in patients with vulvodynia than in the overall female population. The risk of suicide in vulvodynia, similarly to other chronic pain syndromes, is relatively high, especially with coexisting depressive symptoms.


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