Vulvar and Vaginal Atrophy (VVA)

Estrogen Loss:
The Root Cause of VVA1

Vulvar and vaginal atrophy occurs due to a loss of estrogen during menopause. It is a prevalent, chronic, progressive, and painful condition.1-4

Without treatment, the millions of menopausal women suffering with VVA will not see improvement in bothersome symptoms such as1-4:

Dyspareunia (or vaginal pain associated with sexual activity)

Vaginal bleeding associated with sexual activity

Vaginal dryness

Dysuria (or painful urination)

Vaginal and/or vulvar irritation/itching

Recurrent urinary tract infections

VVA affects nearly 1 in 2 menopausal women in the united states, and yet 81% of women are unaware it is a medical condition3,5

The Importance of Conversation

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In a survey of more than 3000 menopausal women experiencing VVA symptoms, only ~50% of women discussed the symptoms with their HCP6

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In a survey that asked menopausal women in the United States about VVA, more than half were unaware that treatment is available for VVA symptoms7

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Of the millions of women suffering with VVA due to menopause, just 7% are treated with prescription therapy8

When you initiate the conversation about VVA, it can make a big impact