Dry mucous membranes

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INTIMATE DRYNESS Definition, symptoms and treatment

Intimate Dryness and Itching: do you suffer from vaginal dryness?

One woman in six suffers from vaginal dryness. It mainly affects menopausal and post-menopausal women and women who are pregnant or have recently given birth. But it can also affect women using hormonal contraception or who have been receiving strong medication or intensive medical treatment (such as for acne, depression or cancer). Vaginal dryness is characterized by a shortage of lubrication in the vagina. Vaginal lubrication is maintained by estrogen. When estrogen levels drop, vaginal lubrication is less abundant, or in others words vaginal dryness occurs. This is why it is an unavoidable phenomenon in menopausal and post-menopausal women.
Several factors can cause vaginal dryness:
– the ovaries ceasing to produce female hormones (such as estrogen and progesterone) during menopause;
– fluctuations in the menstrual cycle;
– smoking;
– stress;
– fatigue;
– pregnancy;
– breastfeeding.
Vaginal dryness can also be caused the mucous membranes becoming more fragile because of inappropriate local hygiene.

Vaginal dryness, a disturbance of the intimate flora:

Vaginal dryness is characterized by the following symptoms:
– Vaginal irritation, itching or burning;
– Pain during intercourse;
– Less abundant vaginal secretions.

Good daily habits that combat Intimate Dryness and Itching

The right habits can help combat vaginal dryness:
– Avoid douching, which disturbs the balance of the vaginal flora;
– For your daily hygiene routine, use a hygiene product rich in ingredients that moisturize and nourish.

Care of dry mucous membranes

The ideal products to use every day to combat the symptoms of intimate dryness.

Natural moisturizing intimate cleanser
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Moisturizing Intimate Wipes
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