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Atrophic Vaginitis Treatment

Atrophic vaginitis treatment would not encompass treating ASCUS or a urinary infection. This is inflammation of the vulva and thinning of the tissue associated with pain and redness of the vulva. A low level of hormone estrogen (usually in menopausal women, breast feeding women, and those with removed ovaries) leads to changes in the skin that becomes easily damageable. Atrophic vaginitis treatment would not encompass treating ASCUS or a urinary infection.

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Atrophic Vaginitis Treatment

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ASCUS, Urinary Infection

Affected women complain of itching and burning, spotting, pain on intercourse, and skin irritation. As a rule, estrogen replacing therapy is prescribed. Phytoestrogens contained in soy milk are also helpful. It is recommended to use a lubricant during a sexual intercourse. Atrophic vaginitis treatment would not encompass treating ASCUS or a urinary infection.

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