When to see a doctor

By Mayo Clinic Staff

Vaginal dryness affects many women, although they frequently don't bring up the topic with their doctors.

If vaginal dryness affects your lifestyle, in particular your sex life and relationship with your partner, consider making an appointment with your doctor. Living with uncomfortable vaginal dryness doesn't have to be part of getting older.

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Dec. 04, 2020