• Menopause

    Menopause Vaginal dryness is usually a consequence of low hormone production, being very common in the period of female menopause. They get accentuated from age 45 on average. The disappearance of the ovarian follicles increases around this age and fluctuation in hormonal levels reduces the chance of ovulation at each cycle by up to 50% and are mainly responsible for the classic symptoms of the approach of the menopause: irregularity of the cycle and the menstrual flow, waves sweating and dryness of the vaginal mucosa. They reach 80% of women at some point in the transition. Most of these symptoms have a limited duration, usually four to five years from the onset of perimenopause, with the exception of vaginal dryness, which has a long-lasting effect. At this stage, the use of local application moisturizing creams and gels bring back well-being at the time of sexual intercourse.
  • .Post childbirth

    .Post childbirth In pregnancy, the production of estrogen in the female organism increases greatly (up to a thousand times). After giving birth, its concentration in the blood decreases abruptly to pre-pregnancy levels and progesterone levels increase disproportionately. As a result, vaginal wall tissues atrophy and become less elastic, causing a dryness in the area that can hinder sexual intercourse and cause greater discomfort if you breastfeed your child. However, vaginal dryness is a common and treatable postpartum disorder that is related to these hormonal changes during and after pregnancy and breastfeeding. Do not be ashamed to talk to your partner and your doctor. The use of intravaginal moisturizing gels can greatly help during this stage of pregnancy discomfort, the production of estrogen in the female organism increases greatly (up to a thousand times). After giving birth, its concentration in the blood decreases abruptly to pre-pregnancy levels and progesterone levels increase disproportionately. As a result, vaginal wall tissues atrophy and become less elastic, causing a dryness in the area that can hinder sexual intercourse and cause greater discomfort if you breastfeed your child. However, vaginal dryness is a common and treatable postpartum disorder that is related to these hormonal changes during and after pregnancy and breastfeeding. Do not be ashamed to talk to your partner and your doctor. The use of intravaginal moisturizing gels can help a lot during this phase of discomfort.
  • .Cancer Treatment

    .Cancer Treatment Women undergoing chemotherapy may have vaginal dryness, dry mouth and skin, and even constipation as a side effect! Temporary menopause, caused by disruption of ovarian function during chemotherapy, may also cause vaginal dryness. Women who undergo radiotherapy in the pelvic region.
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  • How do I know I am using the correct amount?

    The disposable applicator that comes with the Intravaginal Moisturizer has a mechanism that, when filled according to instructions, provides 3g of gel, indicated by application.

    Can it be used as an intimate lubricant before intercourse?

    Yes, however, if applied regularly, there will be no need for the application prior to intercourse, since the intravaginal moisturizer is a treatment for vaginal dryness.

    How long should it be used?

    It can be used continuously or at the discretion of the physician.

    What precautions to use?

    Use the Intravaginal Moisturizer under medical supervision.
    Indicated for intravaginal use only.
    The product can be used during menstruation.
    If local irritation occurs, discontinue use and seek medical advice.
    Do not use after expiration date.
    The applicators are disposable, after use disable them.
    Do not use the product if the packaging has been tampered with.
    Keep out of the reach of children.
    Store and store the product at room temperature (15 ° C to 30 ° C),
    protected from light, heat and moisture.

    What are the unwanted effects of the intravaginal moisturizer?

    To date there are no reports of unwanted effects with the use of the Intravaginal Moisturizer. This product is contraindicated in case of hypersensitivity to any of the components of the formulation.

    How should it be stored?

    Store at room temperature (between 15 ° C and 30 ° C) and protected from light, heat and moisture.

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