Vaginal Dryness

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diane Says:


I have vaginal dryness. I tried activella, which caused problems. I also used an estring before and it was very effective. However, my new dr. said it's not safe. Is this true? I really liked the estring.



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Verwon Says:

Your doctor can help you decide what is best for you. KY makes several different types of lubricant that work very well and they can be purchased at most drug stores.

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iowa2 Says:

My doctor recommended Astroglide which works much better and for longer than the KY products. You can find it at most drug and discount stores.

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Dorothy Says:
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I am experiencing vaginal dryness which makes intercourse very painful. Can someone recommend a topical or prescription solution?

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