Kristína Biskupská Boďová, Miloš Jeseňák, Zuzana Rennerová, Ján Danko
Inflammatory disease of the external genitalia – children vulvovaginitis is one of the most common problems in pediatric gynecology. Recurrent vulvovaginitis is defined as 4 or more episodes of inflammatory disease of the vulva and vagina during the year. We encounter with these problems particularly in adolescent age. An important fact is a close bilateral relationship of vulvovaginitis with urinary tract infections. Essential in the treatment of recurrent vulvovaginal infections is antibiotic therapy, that eliminate the primary etiological agent of the disease, and also the elimination of risk factors or other diseases that make repeated relapses of vulvovaginal infections. An add-on therapy may be different immunomodulatory agents.