“World Menopause Day is held each year on the 18th October to raise awareness of midlife women’s health. The 2018 awareness campaign concentrates on Sexual Wellbeing After Menopause”.
Depending on the Source the definition of sexual wellbeing may vary. The International Menopause Society’s (IMS) definition is:
On page five in the Patient Information Leaflet – Sexual Wellbeing After Menopause: Physical Wellbeing – Treatments Available published for World Menopause Day on 18 October 2018, the International Menopause Society elaborate on:
- “I’ve always enjoyed sex and I’m worried that my vagina will change after menopause. What changes should I expect?
- I’ve had vaginal dryness and pain with intercourse since menopause. We use lubricants and I’ve even tried vaginal moisturizers, but sex is still uncomfortable. Yet I’m nervous about using estrogen. Should I be?
- I’ve been experiencing bothersome hot flashes for the past year, and I wake up almost every night sweaty and then get cold. My sex life was fine until menopause, but I’m just not interested any more. Could the hot flashes be affecting my libido?”.
- What’s the key ingredient for a great sex life?”
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