In the overwhelming majority of cases, worms in the vagina are pinworms who have lost their way.
Typically pinworm will end up in the vagina when pinworm eggs hatch on the skin of a girl, and the larvae crawl to the vagina. In fact, this can happen in about 20% of cases where a girl has pinworm. The good news is that pinworms in the vagina will usually die out on their own.
For more complete information about pinworm generally, see our article All About Pinworm.
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Please consider the possible diagnosis of “restless leg syndrome” for vaginal sensations, but no identifiaction of actua worms. Find a physician who takes this seriously. It can happen in moderate to severe cases.