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Vaginal Dryness Relief - All Questions Answered!

Vaginal Dryness 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.

Most Frequently Asked Questions:

What is Happy Hoo Hoo?
Happy Hoo Hoo is a scientifically backed, bioidentical USP, DHEA, and USP Progesterone vaginal suppository that helps restore dry vaginal tissue to its healthy youthful state.

What are the ingredients in Happy Hoo Hoo?
In addition to bioidentical DHEA and progesterone, Happy Hoo Hoo is natural and organically derived from yam and contains no soy products. It is vegan and contains no preservatives, synthetics, parabens, phthalates, or other endocrine-disrupting chemicals.

How is Happy Hoo Hoo packaged?
Happy Hoo Hoo comes in a suppository form and is mess-FREE with no “need-to-clean” applicators.

How does it work?
The Happy Hoo Hoo is absorbed by the vaginal tissues, restoring moisture, elasticity, and strength to your vaginal tissues.

How soon will it start to work?
Many women prefer to stay on 3-4 suppositories per week because they notice an “almost immediate” improvement of how they feel “down there.” Going from dry to mildly moist feels great and you will want to feel this all day long! Other women feel they need only 2-3 suppositories per week. You will find the perfect frequency for You by following this guideline. Be patient with yourself. If dryness returns, increase back to the previous amount per week.

Is this similar to other suppositories on the market?
There is no other suppository available on the market with both USP DHEA and USP Progesterone that is available without a prescription.

What is vaginal atrophy?
Vaginal atrophy, simply put, is the thinning of the walls inside the vagina. It occurs with aging in up to 75% of all women, becoming more common as we age and enter menopause. However, Vaginal Atrophy can also start early, when a woman is in her 30’s because it is caused by the progressive decline of sex hormones. Because it is a slow and progressive condition, many women may not pay close attention to what is occurring until they are silently suffering from painful symptoms.


What are symptoms of vaginal atrophy?
External and internal vaginal pain and irritation, achiness in the vagina and vulva, vaginal dryness, itching, and/or burning, lack of normal healthy discharge, urinary leakage, painful intercourse (also called dyspareunia) and little to no interest in sexual intimacy.

Is vaginal dryness common?
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 doctors about this problem.

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

How much USP DHEA and USP Progesterone does Happy Hoo Hoo have in it?
The Happy Hoo Hoo contains 5mg 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 excessively leak out causing a mess.

How does DHEA work?
Though we don’t fully understand how DHEA works inside the vagina, research has clearly shown that it restores moisture and elasticity to the vaginal tissues, while strengthening the muscles of the vagina.  We know that DHEA converts to Estrogen and Testosterone inside the tissues and that both of these hormones are important to women’s vaginal health.

Research has also shown that DHEA that is applied inside of the vagina for an entire year does not result in significant increases of any hormones, DHEA, estrogen and testosterone, to any significant level in the bloodstream. However, I am always considering what might be unknown.  If after a decade of use, vaginal DHEA shows to increase estrogen in the bloodstream, the Happy Hoo Hoo has you covered with the appropriate estrogen-balancing hormone, progesterone.

What does CGMP mean?
The Happy Hoo Hoo is also made in a CGMP facility here in the United States. CGMP refers to the Current Good Manufacturing Practice regulations enforced by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Facilities who are licensed CGMP facilities must follow strict regulations that help assure proper design, monitoring, and control of manufacturing processes and facilities in the United States.

When should I use Happy Hoo Hoo?  

You can insert a Happy Hoo Hoo suppository before bed; however, if you forget, you can still insert a Happy Hoo Hoo in the morning, without any concern for excessive leakage during the day.  Though I do try to remember mine before bed, there are many mornings that I have used the Happy Hoo Hoo in the morning, without noticing anything other than the resolution of dryness.

Is Happy Hoo Hoo safe for my partner?

Unlike Estrogen, DHEA and progesterone are both excellent hormones for men.  You never have to worry about the hormones in the Happy Hoo Hoo Suppositories touching your man.

How often should I use Happy Hoo Hoo?
When you first start using Happy Hoo Hoo, you should plan to use one suppository 4 times a week. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday are great days to plan to use your Happy Hoo Hoo. Another easy-to-remember schedule is Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. Any days of the week are fine. The important thing is to BE CONSISTENT.

One of the key points to understand when it comes to frequency of Vaginal suppository usage is to understand that each woman has a different “degree” of Vaginal Dryness. The longer you wait to restore your Vaginal Tissues, the longer it takes to be FREE of vaginal dryness. The good news is that it is “fixable” AND you will notice improvement all along the way! Now is the best time to start!

How long will one package of Happy Hoo Hoo last me?
One package of Happy Hoo Hoo has 16 suppositories. Therefore, one package will last one month when you are using four suppositories per week. This is the appropriate amount to use when you are first starting out and initially healing
your vaginal tissues.

Can I still use a lubricant?
Yes, lubricant use is permitted.

Is it messy?

No. When you first start using it, your body will absorb all of it. If you notice that you begin to have too much moisture, back off on the dosage so your body can adjust to the new dosage.

Is it normal to have moisture down there?

Yes, totally normal.

 Are Happy Hoo Hoo and Young Hormones meant to be used concurrently or is it either or?

Happy Hoo Hoo suppositories and all of our topical Young Hormone cream formulations are for simultaneous use for women who need both.  

I must eat gluten-free. Do I need to be concerned about the wheat germ oil in the Young Hormones?

We have never had a single person who has had any difficulty with the wheat germ oil in our Young Hormones creams and as Dr. Karen formulated our creams, one of her main concerns and requirements were that they could be used by women who had a gluten allergy (celiac disease), as well as gluten intolerant individuals.  We have been assured by our compounding pharmacist advisor that the wheat germ oil in our creams is of no concern to those with a gluten allergy.

The wheat germ oil in our creams is cold pressed processed. 

The general consensus is that processed wheat germ oil in products applied to the skin, (even as a vaginal suppository), are highly unlikely to cause any reaction in a person who is allergic to gluten because, during the cold-pressed process, gluten is removed. 

The U.S. Department of Agriculture states "A benefit of refining oils is that the refining process renders them virtually free of allergenic protein."


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