A: When you have vaginal dryness, you may experience vulvar and vaginal irritation, burning, itching, soreness and sometimes bleeding after intercourse. You may also get frequent vaginal yeast infections or bladder infections.
A: Vaginal dryness does not usually go away on its own. In fact vaginal dryness and atrophy may worsen if left untreated.
A: Yes, hot flashes may reduce or completely disappear over time but vaginal dryness doesn’t go away and it may even get worse if untreated.
A: If left untreated, vaginal dryness can lead to
- Bladder and Urinary tract infections
- Frequent urination
- Urinary incontinence (leakage)
- Vaginal discharge
- Pain during intercourse or Dyspareunia* (pronounced dis-puh-ROO-nee-uh)
- Atrophic vaginitis, a condition in which vaginal tissues become inflamed, thin and easily irritated
- Vaginal bleeding during or after intercourse
- Vaginal discomfort
*Dyspareunia or painful sex, is defined as persistent or recurrent genital pain that occurs just before, during or after intercourse, and it affects as many as 45% of the 65 million menopausal and post-menopausal American women, according to the North American Menopause Society (NAMS).
A: Although the ingredients in FabuVag™ vaginal moisturizer have moisturizing benefits, it is not a lubricant.
A: FabuVag™ vaginal moisturizer is a cream containing organic Fennel, which when used regularly, can help restore lubrication gently and effectively.
A: Avoid caffeine and alcohol as they both have diuretic effects. Drink plenty of water
Consume healthy fats, Vitamin E and Omega III Fatty Acids. Avoid scented soaps and feminine hygiene products. Reduce stress. Quit smoking.
A: FabuVag™ vaginal moisturizer is an herbal cream containing organic Fennel, which has been shown to restore lubrication based on a scientific study. It is all natural and has no harsh chemicals.
A: Fennel is a Mediterranean herb that is used in foods of that region. Oral fennel has been used for increasing breast milk, promoting menstruation, helping with childbirth, and increasing sex drive. Other uses may include treatment of upper respiratory tract infections, coughs, bronchitis, cholera, backache, bedwetting, upset stomach, gassiness and bloating, decreased appetite, vision problems, and for colic in infants.
Fennel oil is used as a flavoring agent in some foods, beverages and laxatives as well as a fragrance in soaps and cosmetics.
Fennel might cause an allergic reaction in people who are also sensitive to celery and carrot*.
* This copyrighted material is obtained from Natural Medicines professional Version which provides evidence-based and objective information.