Absence of estrogen hormone in prepuberty period promotes tissue injuries. Poor hygiene, and accordingly the resulting infections cause the skin of the genital region be traumatized. Recovering skin may stick to the opposite side. Sometimes cleaning the genital area harshly may cause it. This situation is a source of concern for families and may be mixed with sexual organ abnormalities. Sometimes urine accumulates in structures such as vesicles composed and children can be brought to the physician due to urinary incontinence. n this case hygiene measures should be revised, problem can be easily solved with estrogen creams or small interventions performed with tools.