||is an inflammation of the vagina resulting from infectious organisms or irritants.
||Infection or inflammation of the vagina caused by a parasite that lives in the lower genitourinary tract of males and females.
||is a sensation of rotation in which an individual feels as if his or her surroundings are spinning or moving.
||loss of skin pigmentation in patches.
|Vaginismus||A spasm of the muscles around the vagina that makes penetration during sexual intercourse difficult and painful.|
|Valley fever||Illness caused by breathing in a fungus in soil that becomes airborne. It occurs in the Southwest and southern California and typically causes fever, chest pain and coughing.|
|Varicose veins|| Abnormally dilated veins that appear to be swollen, blue and frequently contorted. They are seen most commonly in the superficial veins just under the skin, especially those found at the back of the calf and thigh.|
|Vulvovaginitis||Inflammation of the external female genitals and the vagina.|