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Important Information about Vaginal Dryness

Key findings to the symptoms, causes and treatment for vaginal dryness as well as helpful links for additional resources.

http://www.astroglide.com/GoodtoKnow/VaginalDrynessArticle.aspx

 

 

 

Is There a Lasting Solution to Vaginal Dryness?

As vaginal dryness, caused by an inadequate amount of estrogen, can inhibit and suppress your sex drive and sex life, the article explains the possible remedies, one of which includes the self-care measures in the forms of lubricants and moisturizers, to overcoming it.

http://www.articledepot.co.uk/article-268883.htm

 

 

 

Relieving Vaginal Dryness

The People’s Pharmacy website provides useful suggestions and advices for various health-related issues in the form of Q&A format with the additional input from either those with expertise in the subject or those who have personally experienced the problem.

http://www.peoplespharmacy.com/2009/10/14/relieving-vaginal-dryness/

 

 

 

Solutions to common intimate concerns

The website lists a few intimate concerns varying from foot odor to vaginal dryness, and ways to prevent or overcome these concerns.

http://www.consumerreports.org/health/free-highlights/manage-your-health/intimate_concerns.htm

 

 

 

Should I use hormone replacement therapy (HRT)?

Although hormone replacement therapy has been shown to have health- and youth-preserving benefits, it has also been proved to slightly increase risks of breast cancer, ovarian cancer, heart attack, and other disorders. In-depth information as well as related factors or implications of HRT are provided as a form of guideline in helping you decide whether or not to use HRT.

http://fitnessprogramtips.blogspot.com/2010/02/should-i-use-hormone-replacement.html

 

 

 

Atrophic Vaginitis (Vaginal Atrophy)? What Causes Atrophic Vaginitis?

“Atrophic Vaginitis is a thinning of a atrophy of the vaginal epithelium, usually resulting from diminished estrogen stimulation; a common occurrence in postmenopausal women.” The information for the causes, diagnostic, treatment options, and prevention of atrophic vaginitis can be easily found in this article.

http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/189406.php

 
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