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What Causes Vaginal Dryness?

What Causes Vaginal Dryness?

No woman should EVER suffer with vaginal dryness. We're living much longer than ever before! And it is so Simple and Safe to have a Healthy Happy Hoo Hoo! 

A moist Youthful vagina not only provides the basis of enjoyable intercourse with the Man You Love, but it is also HEALTHY! It helps strengthen the muscles in the Vagina decreasing Urinary leakage, and helps PREVENT Urinary Tract Infections. 

Midlife changes naturally bring about the drying of all of our skin, hair and nails. And our "little sister" down there is effected too. More than 50% of all midlife women suffer with a dry vagina, and it is thought that this number is actually closer to 75% because so many women keep it to themselves because they are either embarrassed to tell their doctor OR afraid there isn't a solution for them!

While the decrease in Estrogen levels during menopause cause vaginal dryness, here are 5 other reasons that it can occur in many other stages of life;

5 Things that can Cause Vaginal Dryness

  1. Changes in Hormones- Decrease of Estrogen levels during menopause.
  2. Stress- Psychological and emotional factors like stress and anxiety can also interfere with sexual desire and lead to vaginal dryness when normal vaginal lubrication does not occur
  3. Pregnancy and Childbirth- While a woman is pregnant and after she gives birth, she can experience fluctuating hormonal levels. Pregnancy and childbirth create imbalances in hormones.
  4. Medications– antihistamines effectively “dry” a person out, reducing all secretions. As a side effect will indiscriminately dry out other parts of the body, including the vaginal walls.
  5. Diabetes- Women with diabetes actually have a 33% increased incidence of vaginal dryness due to functional vascular changes and medications.

The strength and flexibility of our Vaginal Tissues is dependent on Healthy Youthful Levels of Hormones! Research has shown that aging tissue is completely restorable without increasing risk of female cancer. Many women with Vaginal Atrophy suffer in silence, avoiding intercourse. Some women even avoid seeing their doctors for fear of pain associated with a physical exam. In fact, less than 25% of women with Vaginal Atrophy will talk to their doctor about this problem. 

Decades of research have led doctors to use Estrogen suppositories and creams to help women maintain healthy vaginal tissues throughout their life. Estradiol (E2) Vaginal Cream such as Estrace are typically prescribed by Conventional Doctors and contain a form of Estrogen, called Estradiol or (E2). Research has shown that Estradiol vaginally is even safe for women who have early stage breast cancer because a little Estradiol is absorbed into the blood stream from the vagina. 

Anti-aging / Functional Medicine doctors prefer to prescribe a different form of Estrogen however, called Estriol (E3), because Estriol (E3) is equally effective in restoring vaginal tissue to its youthful state while being far less potent than Estradiol (E2). In fact, Estradiol (E2) is 80 times stronger than Estriol (E3), and since Vaginal Atrophy returns when treatment stops, long term need for vaginal hormone treatment is needed. Why use a stronger Estrogen when you don't need to? 

Anti-aging physicians may also recommend having a compounding pharmacist add Progesterone to the Estriol (E3) vaginal cream, or even add testosterone and progesterone BOTH with Estriol (E3), creating a comprehensive and synergistic sex hormone vaginal cream (or suppository.)

Because Vaginal Atrophy is a slow and progressive condition, many women may not pay close attention to what is occurring until she is silently suffering with painful symptoms.

Symptoms of Vaginal Atrophy include;

  • External and Internal vaginal pain and irritation
  • Achiness in the vagina and vulva (the esternal area)
  • Vaginal dryness, itching, and /or burning
  • Lack of normal healthy discharge
  • Urinary leakage
  • Painful intercourse (also known as dyspareunia)
  • No interest in sexual intimacy

This is a serious condition that effects our lives. In addition to suffering with the pain, discomfort and emotional feelings associated with it, Vaginal Atrophy increases our risk of Urinary Tract Infections, and Urinary Leakage and Incontinence and causes us to have very low sex drive. 

With Happy Hoo Hoo you have a safe and effective way to restore healthy vaginal tissue! Completely safe for both you and your partner. Discover how easy it is to restore your vaginal dryness. 

It is important to me to provide you with the highest quality products available anywhere on the market. So lets first start with the QUALITY of Happy Hoo Hoo. 

The Happy Hoo Hoo is made with Bioidentical USP DHEA and USP Progesterone, which stand for United States Pharmacopeia. This is the same quality of bioidentical hormones that compounding pharmacies use if you were to fill a bioidentical prescription provided by an anti-aging functional medicine physician. 

Happy Hoo Hoo contains 5 mg of USP DHEA and 10mg of USP Progesterone, combined with fatty acids and not a single additional ingredient. These small suppositories are quickly absorbed into the vaginal walls, where they are needed to help restore the moisture and elasticity to the tissue and do not leak out causing a mess. 

This means that you can insert a Happy Hoo Hoo even in the morning before you start your day instead of tying to remember to insert one before bed. Though I do try to remember mine before bed, there are many mornings that I have used the Happy Hoo Hoo without noticing anything other than the resolution of dryness! 

It's time we women have a product that we have access to without prescription! And here it is! The Happy Hoo Hoo.

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