Vaginal dryness, soreness and painful sex
When oestrogens decline, the skin and supporting tissues around your vulva and vagina become drier and thinner, and less elastic, which leaves the vaginal walls more susceptible to infection and irritation, and makes sexual intercourse painful and uncomfortable.
Vaginal dryness, also know as ‘vaginal atrophy’, is commonplace in menopause. When levels of oestrogens are low, vaginal tissue becomes atrophic. When hormones are restored and balanced you can avoid all these problems and, at the same time, protect yourself from illness and age-related chronic disease.
It doesn’t have to be like this; restore you body and obtain ‘body balance’ and optimal health!
Not All Hormones Are Prescribed Equally Not all hormone therapies that are prescribed and taken are created equally. HRT and BHRT are two very different