Vaginal Atrophy Symptoms
What is vaginal atrophy?
Vaginal atrophy specifically refers to the thinning and drying of the vaginal walls. It is a condition that can affect women of all ages, but mostly impact those during or after the menopause. This condition can cause a number of painful and uncomfortable symptoms.
How can MenoCare help with vaginal atrophy?
There is a wide range of treatments to help women who are experiencing pain and discomfort caused by vaginal atrophy. Treatment options we provide include the Lipogems® procedure, as well as a number of topical treatments or medications that can alleviate the symptoms associated with vaginal atrophy.
Vaginal atrophy FAQs
What are the symptoms most commonly associated with vaginal atrophy?
There are a range of symptoms that women can experience. Some may only have one or two symptoms, whilst others may find themselves experiencing many of them. This can include the following:
- Burning sensation in the vagina
- Vaginal dryness
- Pain during intercourse
- Frequent urinary tract infections
- Redness and itching in or around the vagina
Will the symptoms of vaginal atrophy go away on their own?
Unfortunately, symptoms may not go away on their own. This is because if you are going through the menopause, your body will be producing less estrogen.
How long does it take for treatment for vaginal atrophy to work?
This entirely depends on the type of treatment you go for to deal with the issues regarding atrophy. For example, if you decide to opt for a procedure such as Lipogems®, you can see results after just a week. Whereas if you choose medication or a topical treatment, this may take a number of weeks.
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