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Posted on March 16 2015
Lubricant is not a sign of a broken body or failed libido. In fact, everyone can use it and most of us need it.
The post Lubricant: Everything You Ever Needed to Know (and didn’t know you needed to know) appeared first on MedAmour.
Posted on February 24 2015
Ironically, estrogen therapy is often prescribed to relieve menopausal symptoms in non-breast cancer patients. For example, local estrogen therapy (LET) is often used to treat vaginal atrophy (dry vagina). While Dr. Ratner acknowledges that LET has a very low systemic absorption, she said many oncologists discourage its use in breast cancer patients. She further recommends vaginal moisturizers as a viable option for these women. She noted that even testosterone can convert to estrogen in the body, so this is not an option for women with breast cancer.
The post Beyond Treating Breast Cancer: Treating the Menopausal Symptoms That Ensue | ThirdAge appeared first on MedAmour.
Posted on February 13 2015
Many of us have experienced a condition that affects us sexually at one time or another. By labeling and voicing it, we can give ourselves and others courage to take action and feel less embarrassed.
Posted on February 02 2015
For those experiencing a decrease in estrogen there is one very uncomfortable reality: vaginal atrophy.
The post Low on Estrogen? This condition may be a very painful reality. appeared first on MedAmour.
Posted on January 26 2015
No more excuses! We've seen the weather forecast. You're stuck inside with 2-3 feet of snow outside. You could bake some bread to heat things up but maybe instead you should spend the time in bed.
The post Stuck Inside During a Blizzard With Only 5 Intimate Products…They Would Be… appeared first on MedAmour.
Posted on December 09 2014
Women's Health Magazine features MedAmour as a source for the world’s first vibrator to use PulseWave™ light technology: the Afterglow Intimate Massager