Choose the right V-gel for the right symptom
Several different options are available to treat vaginal dryness and depending on what is causing the symptom there will be treatment options more suitable for you. Historically, symptoms of vaginal dryness has been helped by using an over-the-counter treatment that does not contain any hormone, like a cream or moisturizer.
Nowadays even more severe symptoms of vaginal dryness can be treated by a non-hormonal gel, VagiVital Active Gel. Female professors within gynecology at Karolinska university hospital, the university hospital of Norrland and Akademiska hospital in Uppsala have discovered that 79 percent of the participants in a study were experiencing either complete recovery or drastically relieved symptoms by using VagiVital Active Gel.
VagiVital Active Gel has been produced and optimised for vaginal use in a long-term research program and will gently treat symptoms by releasing water over time in a completely unique way.
What is vaginal dryness?
The walls of the vagina are coated in a layer of moisture, which reduce friction during sexual intercourse and keeps the vagina lubricated. These walls can thin out when women age and the hormone production change.
Vaginal dryness is a common symptom for many women and is often, but not always, linked to menopause and hormonal disruption.
Other reasons for experiencing this can include:
- Breastfeeding or childbirth
- Medications or treatments like chemotherapy
- Medical conditions like diabetes or Sjögren’s syndrome
- Cigarette smoking
- Surgical removal of the ovaries
- Severe stress
- Rigorous exercise
Symptoms of vaginal dryness can vary and severeness varies too but there are several different treatment options available – many of which are simpler than you might think.
Itchiness, burning and pain during intercourse as result of vaginal dryness can be treated.
No female body is exactly the same, which means that symptoms of vaginal dryness – and the level of severeness – differ between women. Some can suffer from itchiness, stinging and burning sensations, sometimes whilst urinating. Others can experience pain during intercourse, find that the intimate area is sore and get reoccurring urinary tract infections (UTIs).
Depending on what's causing your vaginal dryness and what type of symptoms you have, treatment options can vary. Common treatment options include:
- Clinically proven vaginal gel
- Vaginal gel
- Vaginal cream
- Local estrogen
- Vaginal pessaries
- Health supplements
Only use products adapted to the vaginal area.
The vagina and the surrounding area is sensitive and should be treated with care. First off, you should not use just anything in an attempt to increase lubrication. The most common way of relieving your vaginal dryness is to try a moisturizer or cream. Many different options are available over-the-counter without a prescription. Nowadays there is also a clinically proven vaginal gel available over-the-counter, VagiVital Active Gel.
In a clinical study carried out by professors within gynecology at several of the university hospitals in Sweden, 79% of the patients experienced an improvement in the symptoms creating the most discomfort. VagiVital's gel is classed as an active gel, due to the effects having been clinically proven to do more than just moisturise. The following effects have been documented:
- Relieved symptoms of vaginal dryness (itching, irritation, burning, pain during intercourse and whilst urinating)
- Relieved symptoms connected to sports incontinence
- Improved vaginal pH and number of cells in the outer surface of the vaginal mucous membrane
Nowadays both milder and more severe symptoms of vaginal dryness can be treated with non-hormonal options.
Is your vaginal dryness impacting your lifestyle? Are you avoiding certain activities or altering your life in any way consequently? Consult and schedule an appointment with your doctor to find out what is causing the issue and get help with finding suitable options.
You can also try a treatment option yourself to relieve your symptoms. VagiVital Active Gel is clinically proven to relieve symptoms connected to vaginal dryness. A vaginal gel or cream that do not contain estrogen are sometimes preferable, for example when breastfeeding. Consider your medical history before opting for a treatment containing hormones.
79% of patients in clinical study were helped by VagiVital.
VagiVital is a non-hormonal gel produced by Swedish Peptonic Medical and has a clinically proven effect. Female researchers from the Karolinska university hospital, Norrlands University Hospital and the Academic Hospital in Uppsala, found that 79% of patients in a clinical study experienced VagiVital Active Gel helped relieve symptoms of vaginal dryness. Read more about this research here.
To experience vaginal dryness sometime during your life as a woman is not uncommon, but it is also treatable. VagiVital offers improved results after as little as 30 days. Recommended use is a course of daily use for 90 days after which you can continue treatment as and when needed.