Vaginal atrophy solved! MonaLisa and Thermiva

Vaginal dryness is a common problem that many women experience at some point. Most often, women experience vaginal dryness after menopause when levels of estrogen are lower, but it can happen at any age.This condition is quite uncomfortable and can cause your vagina to feel dry, to feel itchy, or to burn, which can be painful during sexual intercourse. You may also feel the need to urinate more than usual, or you may also have recurring urinary tract infections (UTIs). Vaginal dryness can also cause some discomfort when you urinate.
Besides menopause, there are several other contributors to vaginal dryness, such as:
Certain medications, like antidepressants or oral contraceptives
The medical name for vaginal dryness for postmenopausal women is vaginal atrophy. Vaginal atrophy can have a negative impact on your sex life since it can cause intercourse to be painful or uncomfortable. You may not feel as satisfied or willing to participate in sex, and your partner may be affected tooWithout treatment, vaginal dryness usually worsens over time. You can try these home remedies for vaginal dryness that may help relieve your symptoms and discomfort:One of the best ways to reduce vaginal dryness is to use a vaginal moisturizer. These are special moisturizers that are designed specifically for this sensitive area of the body. Using a vaginal moisturizer every few days can help keep your vagina moist and relieve vaginal dryness symptoms.
You can apply the moisturizer a few times a week before bed. Apply it around the walls of the vagina to let it absorb. Don’t try to use a moisturizer or cream that is not specifically for the vagina. Similarly, you should avoid scented soaps, moisturizers, or other toiletries.