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Vaginal Dryness during Menopause

If you have crossed 40 years and are suffering from vaginal dryness, it invariably means that you are approaching the natural menopause stage that every woman has to pass through. It is a natural phenomenon for women to face menopause once their reproductive life comes to an end. In other words, vaginal dryness during menopause has to be faced by every woman in her life and that, if not taken care of, can cause many inconveniences and complications.

When menopause comes and passes the levels of estrogen in their body decreases considerably. This causes the vaginal lining to become thin, and the vaginal secretions become less. The lowering of estrogen levels sometimes also causes itching in that area. This is the main cause for women to suffer from the unwanted dryness that causes some inconveniences to them and they have to use some supplementary lubricating agents to have normal intimate relations with their male partner. Ironically, the use of such supplementary lubricating agents, like creams, gels, or oils, can often cause irritation or some other complications.

Fortunately, the control or treatment of the dryness or lack of lubrication is not difficult. You can easily treat it with both prescription and over the counter products. Many vaginal lubricants are displayed for sale at any local drug store. To avoid painful for both of the partners, some water-based lubricant or moisturizers can be used to provide the required lubrication during . In case where such products fail to offer the desired results, a doctor usually prescribes an estrogen product to help the matter.

If you want to get rid of the problem of vaginal dryness during menopause, try some simple and easier home remedies before you go for some prescription drugs if you want to avoid the side effects of many standard drugs. Let us have a look on some of the common ways to control this problem.

Drink plenty of water, it really helps. Include more fatty foods in your diet, if possible. The lubrication depends on estrogen that is made from cholesterol, and when you have enough fat in your diet, the level of estrogen will increase. If you want to try this, pay attention to other factors like the undesirable weight gain.

Vaginal health also improves if you take adequate amount of magnesium and vitamin E.
If you want to try the safer herbal remedies for the dryness during menopause, you got many, which are found very effective and safe.

Many herbs are used during menopause that not only increase lubrication, but also found very effective to fight most of the troubles faced by women during their menopausal period. Some of the effective herbs are, Damiana, Black Cohosh, Dong Quai, Chaste Tree fruit, Dandelion’s leaves, tops and roots, False Unicorn root, etc.

Herbs are found very effective to treat many problems faced by women, including the vaginal dryness during menopause. Many such herbs can be found locally and since they do not produce any side effects, it is highly advised to try them to get the maximum benefit especially during menopause.

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