Published: 2021-05-27

Post-partum labial adhesion-a case report

Shamrao Ramji Wakode, Varsha Narayana Bhat


A 22 years old primipara presented after 1.5 years of uncomplicated normal vaginal delivery with complaints of difficulty during intercourse and inability to conceive. Examination revealed labial adhesion connecting left and right labia minora with only 5 mm pinhole opening at the posterior end. Surgical division under anaesthesia resulted in successful complete recovery.


Labial adhesion, Post-partum, Surgical lysis

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