Vulvar rinsing is a procedure performed by request of a gynecologist. It is used to relieve soreness and discharge associated with external radiation therapy, or routinely after a bowel movement on a vulvectomee.
- Patients with advanced cancer with necrosis, tumor mass, or vaginal discharge.
- Patients receiving external radiation therapy to the vulva where there is soreness or soreness may occur.
- Patients susceptible to infection or having confirmed infection in the vulva.
- Patients who otherwise could use a hand-held shower head, but who are not capable of self-care.
- After a bowel movement on a vulvectomee.
- Any other indication where gynecologist recommends vulvar rinsing.
- Prevent soreness and infections.
- Keep tumor masses and sore surfaces as clean as possible.
- Reduce odor and foul-smelling discharge.
- Help the patient with daily hygiene when the patient is not capable.
- Improve well-being for the patient.