The word ‘vagina’ is somewhat taboo. So it’s no wonder no one talks about vagina dryness. Regardless, many women will experience vaginal dryness in their lifetime. According to statics, up to 75% of menopausal women may very well experience vaginal dryness. Despite the high number of women experiencing problems related to vaginal dryness it is still a silent problem that many people feel embarrassed to talk about. And yet a little bit of openness about the condition, its symptoms and treatment can go a long way toward improving ones quality of life.
Cause of Vagina dryness
As our estrogen levels decline our vaginal walls become thinner, dry and less elastic. As a result vaginal dryness, also known as vaginal atrophy (VA), a chronic progressive condition contributes to painful intercourse. Physical conditions such as stress, diabetes, recent childbirth and hysterectomy can also contribute to vaginal dryness, irritation and discomfort. Overall, vagina dryness can impact a woman’s quality of life and relationship with her partner.
Treatments for vaginal dryness
Treat Vaginal dryness during menopause by using a regimen of moisturizer and occasional use of a lubricant during sexual intercourse.
Protect the vagina against infections like thrush and help clear up dryness symptoms; by using PrivateRx Internal Vaginal Moisturizer. Formulated by a gynecologist, PrivateRx Internal Vaginal Moisturizer has been developed to replace the natural moisture of the vagina. PrivateRx Internal Vaginal Moisturizer absorbs by the skin and adheres to the vaginal lining, keeping it moist.
The formula moistens the area for up to 3 days, soothing the itchy dryness that can result from perimenopause and menopause. It doesn’t have estrogen or hormones, and is fragrance free. Overall, PrivateRx Internal Vaginal Moisturizer safely and effectively treats dryness, and is easy to use. Compared to other products on the market that I have used, I found PrivateRx Internal Vaginal Moisturizer to be very effective.
Vaginal Dryness Symptoms
Vaginal dryness symptoms include:
- Loss of vaginal elasticity
- Vaginal lining becomes thinner and dryer
- Irritation – can occur as the vagina becomes less acidic
- Itching or burning
- Painful intercourse
What else you can do about vaginal dryness
- Use only unscented toilet paper.
- Wash you undergarments in detergents without perfumes, dyes and softeners.
- Avoid perfumed soaps
- Adding more foreplay can help. Give the Bartholins gland time to produce the maximum amount of lubrication before intercourse.
Don’t keep your problem hidden and hope it will get better on its own. Use PrivateRx Internal Vaginal Moisturizer and make vaginal dryness a thing of the past.
PrivateRx genital hygiene products are inspired by Dr. Blatt’s medical experience, and are created under his supervision. PrivateRx products are dermatologist tested, hypoallergenic, do not contain any hormones or parabens, are non-greasy, non-staining and fragrance free. For more information on PrivateRx products visit: www.PrivateRx.com.