vaginal dryness

vaginal dryness

Gynecology
1. Atrophic vaginitis, see there.
2. ↓ vaginal lubrication or premature loss of same.
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NeoVirgin gel is created with natural ingredients in an effort to eliminate vaginal dryness, narrow the vaginal walls, and increase sensitivity in the area.
However, women who are undergoing menopause can still use FIT on a short-term basis to treat menopause symptoms, such as hot flashes and vaginal dryness.
You're suffering vaginal dryness ever since you've started treatment for breast cancer.
Acerus' pipeline includes three innovative product lines: Gynflor, an ultra-low dose vaginal estrogen combined with a probiotic, for which a NDS has been filed in Canada for the treatment of vaginal atrophy, restoration of vaginal flora and treatment of certain vaginal infections; Tefina, a clinical stage product aimed at addressing a significant unmet need for women with female sexual dysfunction; and Elegant, a franchise comprised of Elegant Vaginal Moisturizer, which provides comfort to women suffering from vaginal dryness, and Elegant pH, which is a pH balanced vaginal product.
It is also worth noting that hops are typically used as a herbal remedy for women experiencing menopause symptoms like hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings and vaginal dryness.
s Replens brand has launched hormone-free and fragrance-free Replens Moisture Restore External Comfort Gel for relief from external vaginal dryness.
VAGINAL DRYNESS This can affect threequarters of women in the run-up to - and after - the menopause, making sex sore and uncomfortable.
Results: Vaginal dryness, soreness, irritation, abnormal discharge and dyspareunia scores decreased significantly after the 12-week treatment period in both groups and no statistically significant difference for the mean scores was seen between the Pueraria gel group and the conjugated estrogen group (4.
One out of every three women experiences vaginal dryness during menopause, according to the Mayo Clinic, and this common symptom of "the change" becomes even more common after menopause.
The findings showed that phytoestrogen interventions, such as dietary and supplemental soy isoflavones, were associated with improvement in daily hot flashes and vaginal dryness but not night sweats.
At baseline, vaginal dryness was reported as the most bothersome symptom followed by dyspareunia and vaginal burning.