Who Knew “Vaginal Atrophy” Would
Become Part Of
You’ve probably heard about the usual suspects when it comes to menopause, aka hot flashes and mood swings.
But 1 in 2 women also experience vulvar and vaginal atrophy.
These symptoms happen during and after menopause, and they can cause vaginal discomfort like painful sex, vaginal dryness, and more.
The Main Culprit
Behind Your Symptoms?
During and after menopause, your body loses estrogen, especially in the vagina—causing changes in vaginal pH and thinning of vaginal tissues.
The Bad News?
These symptoms won’t go away on their own.
The Good News?
While they’re common, they are treatable.
You can treat moderate to severe painful sex after menopause with a hormone therapy called IMVEXXY.
And in case you were wondering, “IMVEXXY” is pronounced “IM-VEX-EE.” Just as easy as finding relief.