Over 35 million Americans who grew up in the free spirited '60s and '70s are finding their sex lives challenged. Whether they are in long term relationships or rediscovering midlife dating, most women over 50 are dealing with vaginal dryness, a common symptom of menopause. Fortunately, baby boomers are finding non-hormonal solutions to help maintain a healthy sex life.
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Sara Gottfried refuses to accept the traditional medical thinking that
feeling cranky, asexual, tapped out, and sleep-deprived is just part of
being female and aging, and that prescription medication will fix all
problems. In The Hormone Cure, she combines natural therapies with
rigorous scientific testing to help women feel fully alive, especially
in the years prior to menopause. Using an informative questionnaire to
identify common symptoms of hormonal imbalance such as insomnia, low
sex drive, lack of energy, moodiness, hot flashes, and more; detailing
causes; and offering solutions in non-judgmental and thoughtful
language, Dr. Gottfried provides a novel plan based on solid scientific
research. She believes you don't find a cure at the bottom of a pill
The complete solution to managing vaginal dryness and discomfort inside and out is now available to the millions of women changing physically, emotionally and hormonally every day. The maker of #1 doctor recommended Replens™ vaginal moisturizer introduces hormone-free and fragrance-free Replens™ Moisture Restore External Comfort Gel, for soothing relief from external vaginal dryness, in menopause, post-partum, and after a cancer diagnosis.
“Ladies, don’t despair. Vaginal dryness can be a nuisance at any age. It’s one of the most common symptoms of menopause and unfortunately, can worsen over time. Luckily, there are non-hormonal products like Replens,” says Mary Jane Minkin, M.D., Clinical Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences at Yale University. “I recommend these products to patients as first line therapies to help relieve internal and external vaginal dryness.”
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