When to use Neogyn

A recent study revealed that 14 million American women have experienced vulvar discomfort during their lives.  Some of the typical  symptoms of discomfort are pain, sensitivity to touch, itching, burning, redness, and dryness.

These symptoms may be linked to various conditions affecting the vulva such as Vulvodynia, Provoked Vestibulodynia (also known as Vulvar Vestibulitis Syndrome), Lichen Sclerosus, Vulvar Eczema, Lichen Planus, and Vulvar Dermatitis.

Additionally, vulvar discomfort may be caused by hormonal changes. Hormonal changes may be caused by menopause, the use of oral contraceptives, or certain breast cancer treatments. In particular, a decrease in estrogen causes vulvar skin to become thinner, more fragile and vulnerable.

Vulvar discomfort can be real and is usually not "all in the mind". Dealing with vulvar discomfort can lead to problems with partners and relationships by affecting intimacy. Ultimately, this can develop into emotional problems and low self-esteem issues.

Click on the links below to learn more about using Neogyn with these specific issues.

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oldercoupleonbeach

"I could tell an improvement after the 3rd use. It's the only cream that doesn't irritate me and speeds the healing of the "raw" feeling and look of the skin. I am feeling HUMAN again. My husband is really, really happy too!

Bev, 58   Louisiana
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