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Recognizing and treating urogenital atrophy in postmenopausal women.
Her symptoms of urogenital atrophy and dyspareunia had improved and there was no reported UTI.
After the WHI: Treating urogenital atrophy. The Clinical Advisor, 8(3) 42-45.
If vaginal atrophy is not treated, it will progress; advanced urogenital atrophy with increasing degrees of labial fusion is a common occurrence.
For complaints of urogenital atrophy lubricants alone may be adequate.
Meta-analysis of estrogen therapy in the management of urogenital atrophy in post-menopausal women: second report of the Hormones and Urogenital Therapy Committee.
Symptoms of urogenital atrophy (UGA) include vaginal dryness, burning, itching, and painful intercourse, as well as urinary urgency and painful urination.