Vaginal Atrophy Stenosis Menopause

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Vaginal atrophy is a change of the vagina that develops when there is a significant decrease in levels of the female hormone estrogen. The condition also is called atrophic vaginitis. Estrogen, which is produced by the ovaries, plays a vital role in keeping vaginal tissues lubricated and healthy. When levels of estrogen are low, vaginal tissue becomes atrophic - thin, dry and shrunken. The vagina may become more prone to inflammation in an atrophic state. Common conditions with low...

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