Luckily, I had a knowledgable doc when my first daughter was born. He told me she had adhesions and to leave them alone...and if I took her to another doctor, to not let them forcibly pry them apart.
Most of the time, you do nothing and the adhesions will go away (very similar to an uncirc'd boy). If they are problematic (causing infections or too frequent pain), then you can use an estrogen cream. This is normally for just ONE week or TWO. It's a process that can be repeated.
If the adhesions are not causing issues, a wait and see approach is best.
My daughter is nearing 5yo. When she has had discomfort, I typically have just used coconut oil or emu oil to help lubricate the tissue. I have also used diluted German Chamomile in those 2 oils or a simple calendula oil.
For most girls, the adhesions go away around the time of potty training and almost certainly, before puberty. It seems that my daughter's adhesions have mostly gone away.
It isn't nearly as uncommon as people make it out to be. It just isn't recognized or you get a doc when they are young and they pull the adhesion without a word to the parents.http://www.cyh.com/HealthTopics/Heal...np=304&id=2169