What Can I Do to Treat Vaginal Dryness, Vaginal Irritation, Vaginal Atrophy?
Multi-Gyn Gel and LubriCare Relieves
Vaginal dryness can be treated with water-soluble lubricants such as MultiGyn Lubricare, a bioactive product from BioClin. Lubricare natural vaginal cream is far superior than the common, off the shelf, glycerine based products such as Astroglide or K-Y Jelly, which have NO healing or soothing properties and are running when applied. MultiGyn Lubricare has a pleasant aroma and the perfect constituency for application.
Do not use non-water soluble lubricants such as Vaseline because they can weaken latex (the material used to make condoms, which should continue to be used to avoid pregnancy until your doctor verifies you are not producing anymore eggs and to prevent contracting sexually transmitted diseases). Non-water soluble lubricants can also provide a medium for bacterial growth, particularly in a person whose immune system has been weakened by chemotherapy
Soothing, Healing,MultiGyn BioActive Properties for Vaginal Dryness, Vaginal Atrophy
Multi-Gyn LubriCare natural vaginal cream is especially designed as an ideal comfort and care product for the intimate parts of women. It acts as a tissue-conditioner, humectant and lubricant.
The high percentage of Aloe Barbadensis Gel has a strong added value to the product.
The pharmacological properties of this natural vaginal cream have been well researched. BioClin selects the Aloe Barbadensis Gel with an unique quantitative analysis of one of the most important biologically active components, the acytelated polymannose called Acemannan.
This Lubricare aloe component is responsible for the immunomodulatory properties of Aloe Barbadensis Gel by which the immune response of the cells and tissue regeneration are stimulated. The gel has also pain killing, itch stopping and mild antiseptic properties. It is a well known ingredient in cosmeceutical products.
Do All Menopausal Women Experience a Decrease in Sexual Desire?
Female Sexual Dysfunction
With the Menopause decrease in estrogen, many women experience female sexual dysfunction which is primarily caused by the change in estrogen levels affecting the vagina tissue. This causes the menopause symptoms of vaginal discomfort, vagina irritation, vagina pain and vaginal atrophy. Daily usage of MultiGyn Gel and Lubricare natural vaginal cream eliminates vaginal irritation through the bioactive ingredients in the MultiGyn family of products. See BioClin clinical studies of the MultiGyn products at www.multigyn.com
In fact, some post-menopausal women report an increase in sexual satisfaction. This may be due to decreased anxiety associated with a fear of pregnancy. In addition, many post-menopausal women often have fewer child-rearing responsibilities, allowing them to relax and enjoy intimacy with their partners.
How Does Menopause Affect Your Sex Drive?
The loss of estrogen following menopause can lead to changes in a woman's sexual functioning. Menopausal women may notice that they are not as easily aroused, and may be less sensitive to touching and stroking -- which can result in decreased interest in sex. Further, the emotional changes that often accompany menopause can add to a woman's loss of interest in sex and/or inability to become aroused.
In addition, lower levels of estrogen can cause a decrease in blood supply to the vagina. This decreased blood flow can affect vaginal lubrication, causing the vagina to be too dry for comfortable intercourse.
A lower estrogen level is not the only culprit behind a decreased libido; there are numerous other factors that may influence a woman's interest in sexual activity during menopause and after. These include:
- Vaginal atrophy
- Vagina dryness
- Vagina pain
- Sleep disturbances
- Depression or anxiety
- Health concerns
- Minimize any vaginal pain through the use of MultiGyn Gel.
How Can I Improve My Sex Drive?
Currently, there are not any good drugs to treat sexual problems in women. Estrogen replacement may work, but research
has yielded conflicting results regarding its effectiveness. Estrogen can, however, make intercourse less painful.
Treating vaginal dryness with MultiGyn Lubricare and MultiGyn aloe base, all natural Gel.
Doctors are also studying whether a combination of estrogen and the male hormones, called androgens, may be helpful in increasing sex drive in women. This would require a doctor’s prescription and may be available at a compounding pharmacy.
Although sexual problems can be difficult to discuss, talk to your doctor; there are options to consider, such as counseling. Your doctor may refer you and your partner to a health professional who specializes in sexual dysfunction. The therapist may advise sexual counseling on an individual basis, with your partner or in a support group. This type of counseling can be very successful, even when it is done on a short-term basis.