How to deal with vaginal dryness?

How to deal with vaginal dryness?

Vaginal dryness can happen for many reasons. What they all have in common: Decreases in estrogen production, the female sex hormone. It is typical for menopause, but there are various conditions that affect hormone and can cause vaginal dryness. How to deal?

Vaginal dryness
 In short, it's most important to know:
  1. Vaginal dryness occurs not only in menopause, under the influence of hormonal changes. There are other conditions that can cause dryness, at any age
  2. Symptoms are usually similar: itching, burning, pain or bleeding during intercourse, feeling uncomfortable, urinary tract infections that cause burning, urgency and frequency during urination and the like
  3. To prevent pain and discomfort caused by vaginal drying, lubricants, probiotics, herbal remedies or hormonal preparations can be used.

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It is customary to think vaginal dryness is trouble that occurs only in menopause. Well, a mistake. Many conditions, most of them temporary, can cause hormonal imbalances and a decrease in the amount of estrogen the body produces, at any age. Many reasons:

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  • Pregnancy and breastfeeding 
  • Drug treatment, such as allergy and rhinitis, anti-estrogen drugs and more
  • Medical treatments for cancer
  • Some diseases
  • smoking
  • Use of soap that changes vaginal acidity
  • Multiple vaginal washes
  • Use of birth control pills
  • Stress, and more.

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Estrogen, the female sex hormone, plays an important role in protecting the vaginal mucosa, maintaining its elasticity, secreting natural lubricants, and the level of acidity (PH). Decreasing estrogen levels damages the natural defense mechanisms, making the vagina wall thinner and more fragile, so exposed to infiltration. Reducing the lubricant fluid causes pain while having sex.

Whatever the reason, the symptoms can impair the quality of life and are usually the same: itching, burning, pain or bleeding during intercourse, discomfort, urinary tract infections, urgency, and frequency during urination and the like.

How to prevent vaginal dryness?

Shielding and moisturizing agents:  To relieve pain while having sex, you can use regular, water-based lubricants that can be bought without a doctor's prescription. The preparations are effective for several hours and prevent friction during penetration, so it is recommended to apply them at the vaginal opening, but also on the male genitalia. There are also moisturizing agents whose efficacy is maintained for several days. These can be applied not just before sex, but routinely.

Estrogen:  There are several forms in which the missing hormone can be returned to the vagina. In the first step, you may be advised to apply lotion or insert vaginal tablets. Topical estrogen therapy may prevent urinary tract infections.

If in addition to vaginal dryness you have additional menopausal symptoms, such as hot flashes, your dentist may offer you hormone therapy for oral medications or as a skin sticker.

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Probiotics:  Helps to increase the amount of "good" bacteria in the vaginal (Flora) bacterial population, and prevents the proliferation of bacteria and fungi that can cause infections and infection.

Herbs and  Phytoestrogens: Phytoestrogens are plant and natural, estrogen-like substances. They are naturally found in soy, tofu and flax seeds. Also, there are natural preparations containing phytoestrogens, sometimes in combination with herbs such as black cohosh, Abraham shrub, red clover, Chinese angelica, and wild yam, which are thought to help relieve menopausal symptoms in general and vaginal dryness in particular.

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What should you do if you suffer from vaginal dryness:

There are quite a few “grandmother drugs” that may relieve the sensation for short periods of time, but in the long run, they may change your flora composition, so you should avoid them

 

  • Vaginal wash with vinegar or yogurt
  • Insertion of non-vaginal lotion or masking material, usually based on oily material which may alter the acidity and damage the natural environment of the vagina
  • Vaginal flushes with antibacterial or soap-containing products

 

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