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Having the Talk: Painful Sex Due to Menopause

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It’s not just about hot flashes—there are real health concerns for women experiencing menopause, so how can we talk about and treat these symptoms?
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    An average of 37.5 million menopausal women in the US between the ages of 45 and 64 experience symptoms such as hot flashes and joint pain, but there are other symptoms that we rarely talk about: symptoms like vaginal dryness and dyspareunia.

    Featuring a patient and a panel of experts, this discussion reviews strategies that can be used to help patients feel comfortable in bringing up their struggles with menopause along with how we can help relieve women from their pain.

    ©2019 NP-INR-US-00214 09/19

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