after menopause…does a womans vagina dry up?

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my guy friends and i can usually talk about anything and one day they asked me that..i am at a loss. and i dont have the guts to ask my gynacologist…i know its a weird/gross question, but now i am curious too!!

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3 Responses to after menopause…does a womans vagina dry up?

  1. gentle giant says:

    When a woman has had her ovaries removed and not gone on hormone replacement it can cause very painful vaginal dryness. I would guess it could be the same for natural menopause.

  2. Connie L says:

    No. You can have a decrease of lubrication from too low levels of Estrogen. Also the walls of the Vagina can become thinner for the same reason.

  3. bloomquist324 says:

    Yes, eventually all lubrication that the vagina produces "dries up". The hormone levels are altered, so things change, ovaries shrink away, the uterus gets smaller, and you stop producing fluid.

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