Estrogen

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By Tori Hudson, ND

Among the most common and sometimes most challenging menopausal experiences many women face are the changes that occur on the external genital tissue and intravaginal tissue that can affect urinary function. This is called genitourinary atrophy, most recently coined genitourinary syndrome of menopause. Symptoms can include one or more of the following: vulvovaginal discomfort, itching, burning, tingling, dryness, thinning of tissue, pain, pain with vaginal penetration related to dryness and/or tightness of vaginal opening, postcoital bleeding, vaginal discharge, bladder leakage, and...

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