The menopause It is one more stage in the life of a woman, but an important stage to produce different changes whose consequences can be prevented in advance following medical advice.
Among the treatments to be followed during menopause, but only for a short period of time, is the hormone replacement therapy for menopause, which should only be prescribed by a medical professional.
But between the different symptoms of menopause that may appear (in addition to hot flushes and vaginal dryness) we find the vaginal acidity, which can influence the appearance of the dreaded vaginitis.
Vaginal acidity, what is it?
The vaginal acidity usually appears as a consequence of an alteration of the flora of the vagina, since the pH of the vagina It tends to be very changeable, especially during menopause.
This alteration is usually closely related to the production of hormones, although many factors also influence it.
Symptoms of vaginal acidity
- Discomfort in sexual relationships.
- More abundant flow.
- Strong smell.
- Spirits and discomfort.
Since these symptoms are typical of vaginitis, it is essential that a flow analysis be performed to try to discover whether or not there is a vaginal acidity, to follow the proper treatment to restore the vaginal pH.
How to avoid vaginal acidity
At the time of avoid vaginal acidity It is essential to maintain a good cleanliness in the area. Especially with water and using a mild gel or soap and to take care of the vaginal pH.
It is also advisable to take vegetables or prebiotic yoghurts that help when it comes to replenishing both the bacterial and vaginal flora.
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