A water-soluble vaginal lubricant also can be used to moisten the tissues and prevent painful sexual intercourse. Regular sexual activity also can help to prevent symptoms. This is because sexual intercourse improves blood circulation to the vagina, which helps to maintain vaginal tissue.
Vaginal atrophy can be treated with estrogen therapy. The doctor may prescribe an estrogen pill, a topical estrogen cream, suppositories to insert in the vagina, an estrogen skin patch, or...Read more
While going through menopause, many women may decide to put their copy of The Joy of Sex on the top shelf (or in pile to go to the resale... Read more »
Menopause brings about many changes to the body. Some of those we can see; other changes aren’t so visible. For instance, vaginal atrophy... Read more »