HOW TO DEAL WITH VAGINAL DRYNESS

INTRODUCTION

Vaginal dryness is a common problem that many women experience at some point in their lives. While it is a natural part of aging, it can also be caused by a variety of factors including medications, hormonal imbalances, and certain medical conditions. Vaginal dryness can lead to discomfort, pain during sex, and even infection if left untreated. Fortunately, there are many ways to prevent and manage vaginal dryness. This blog will explore the causes and predisposing factors of vaginal dryness, as well as prevention and management techniques that women can use to alleviate symptoms and improve their quality of life.

As a primary care health service provider there’s this condition which is becoming so rampant and people are suffering with it silently.. the vaginal dryness and its cutting through all ages young or old

Normally, the walls of the vagina stay lubricated with a thin layer of clear fluid which maintains it healthy, elastic and thick

Not having enough vaginal fluid or moisture can have a huge impact on the sex life of both female and male (partners) can even cause depression. Though it may seem like a minor irritation. Fortunately, there’s something you can do to relieve vaginal dryness

CAUSES  OF VAGINAL DRYNESS

These range from internal causes like low female hormone called estrogen

to external causes like stress from the environment around you

  • Douching which simply means the internal washing of the vagina either with fingers or with water and soap or with douche liquids on the market
  • Not enough foreplay
  • Stressful relationships
  • loveless relationships means being in a relationship for something else other than love

EFFECTS OF VAGINAL DRYNESS

No matter what the cause, vaginal dryness can be extremely uncomfortable leading to

  • painful intercourse,
  • burning,
  • bruising for both partners,
  • itching and
  • can even lead to depression

HOW TO RELIEVE VAGINAL DRYNESS

  • Get enough foreplay or romancing before intercourse
  • Proper preparing your partner long before sex with pre-signaling messages(talking about it before it happens)
  • Proper communication with your partner let them know when you feel the discomfort and when you are ready
  • Lubricants :These are gels that mimic vaginal fluids and can help relieve the discomfort without causing any health related problem if used well and hygienically

 

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