The term vaginal dryness is used for defining the condition in which there is lack of lubrication in the vaginal area during sexual intercourse and other times. Common symptoms here include very dry vaginal area that results in lack of stimulation of the libido. In such cases women experience pain during intercourse along with some tearing of the vaginal walls to.
HOW IS VAGINAL DRYNESS DIAGNOSED?
A careful physical examination, including a pelvic examination, is necessary to rule out other conditions (such as infections) that may be causing vaginal symptoms. The doctor may suggest to have a Pap smear, which is when your doctor collects cells from the cervix to test for infection and cancer. One may also have a sample from the vaginal tissues removed for testing
HOW IS VAGINAL DRYNESS TREATED?
The remedies for Vaginal Dryness depends on the diagnosis. For women experience hormonal ups and downs, oestrogens may be given via steroids. In other cases, external lubricants are provided to stimulate the vaginal area and ease intercourse. These also help prevent itching and other issues.
DID YOU KNOW?
The problem of Vaginal Dryness tends to aggravate with age as women experience menopause and related problems, which eventually leads to a lot of hormonal ups and downs.