Vaginal Dryness Directory
Vaginal dryness is a problem for many women. Hormonal changes during the menstrual cycle, smoking, and certain medications can cause it. Vaginal dryness can also be related to menopause. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about vaginal dryness, how to treat it, and much more.
Vaginal Dryness: Causes and Moisturizing Treatments
WebMD explains vaginal dryness, which has a variety of causes, and how it is treated.
Your Vagina: An Owner’s Manual
WebMD provides a no-nonsense guide to your vagina and vaginal health.
HRT & Menopause: 10 Questions to Ask Your Doctor
Hormone therapy can ease menopause symptoms such as hot flashes, night sweats, insomnia, mood swings, and vaginal dryness. But they’re not right for everyone. Find out more from WebMD.
Frequently Asked Questions About Sexual Health
WebMD answers common questions about circumcision, male menopause, birth control, and more.
Vaginal Problems That Affect Your Sex Life
How to identify and treat common (and not-so-common) vaginal conditions
Pain During Sex
Besides vulvar vestibulitis, other conditions can cause pain during intercourse. If you have this complaint, see your doctor, who will first rule out yeast or other infections and then investigate other possible causes.
Does Sex Hurt?
A little-known condition called vulvar vestibulitis may be the cause of your pain.
Lube Up for Better Lovin'
The desire may be there, but the natural wetness may not. That's why sexual lubricants are becoming more popular. And even if everyone's good to go, there's nothing wrong with extra wetness.<BR>