vaginal health Guide

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Disclaimer: This information isn’t a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. You should never rely upon this article for specific medical advice. If you have any questions or concerns, please talk to your doctor.

Along with age comes “the change.” And with menopause, most women will experience not just one change but many changes—both physical and emotional. From vaginal dryness and discharge to urinary issues, like getting more UTIs, it can all take a toll.

In a survey of 3,500+ postmenopausal women, respondents reported a lower quality of life, lower self-esteem, and negative impacts on their sex lives and relationships due to the vaginal health-related issues they were coping with (1).

And if that’s not enough, many women do not get the appropriate medical help they need and deserve.

At Rory, we don’t believe in suffering in silence. We believe in speaking up, asking tons of questions (they’re all smart ones), seeking help and guidance—this will only make you and those around you more informed, and make sure you get the best care possible. For more on vaginal health, check out our guides.

References

1. Simon JA, Kokot-Kierepa M, Goldstein J, Nappi RE. Vaginal health in the United States: results from the Vaginal Health: Insights, Views & Attitudes survey. Menopause. 2013 Oct;20(10):1043-8.

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