Guidelines for vaginal dryness

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Vaginal dryness is common, yet underdiagnosed Vaginal dryness is common, yet under diagnosed and undertreated

Doctors Louise Newson and Carrie Sadler have collaborated to create guidelines for the diagnosis and management of urogenital atrophy, otherwise known as genitourinary syndrome of the menopause (GSM). Vaginal dryness is common, yet underdiag


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Very informative did not know none menopausal women can be affected. Now I also know cancer and infections can affect your lubrication. Look out for UTI and urine frequency.
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THIS IS AN EXCELLENT ARTICLE AS I FEEL THAT US AS PRACTICE NURSES DO NOT ASK THE QUESTION OFTEN ENOUGH " DO YOU HAVE SYMPTOMS OF VAGINAL DRYNESS " and therefore women are suffering needlessly as this is an area that is often not talked about Another area is lichen sclerosis I am seeing this more when taking Smears in the Practice Thankyou
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