79% of women with VVA report symptoms of vaginal dryness, including discomfort riding a bike or even wearing pants.
59% of women with VVA report symptoms of painful intercourse and 54% of these women consider their painful intercourse to be moderate to severe.
Vaginal symptoms can be a sensitive subject
As embarrassing as it may feel to discuss your symptoms, know that healthcare professionals are there to listen so that they can find the right treatment for you.
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From years of experience caring for menopausal women, Dr. Barb DePree knows firsthand that most women are often unprepared for the two most common bothersome symptoms of menopause: vaginal dryness and painful intercourse.
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Dr. Barb DePree, OB/GYN, women's healthcare provider and menopause care specialist, is a paid spokesperson for Duchesnay USA.
Falling estrogen levels due to menopause cause vaginal changes referred to as Vulvar and Vaginal Atrophy (VVA). The two most common bothersome symptoms of VVA are vaginal dryness and painful intercourse (dyspareunia). That’s where Osphena® comes in.