Women Who No Longer Have Sex Still Can Benefit From Taking Care of Their Vagina!




Women Who No Longer Have Sex Still Can Benefit From Taking Care of Their Vagina! In a little remembered study from the 1990s by Stamm published in the New England Journal of Medicine it was shown that women who stay on their vaginal estrogen therapy are less likely to have urinary tract infections. In fact women who quit their estrogen therapy, when tested for bacteria, were found to have 5 infections per year, whereas women without estrogen vaginal treatment had less than one infection per year! In 2008 it was shown that the type and dose of estrogen used can affect the number of infections. This data has not clarified if the newer vaginal rejuvenation treatment with MonaLisa Touch or the alternative the new Osphena, the non-estrogen vaginal treatment (called The Pink Viagra Pill For Women) can prevent infections as effectively, but based on biological plausibility it may.

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