Urogenital atrophy refers to changes in the vagina and urethra due to declining estrogen levels in these tissues.
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Urogenital atrophy typically occurs due to declining estrogen levels in menopause.
Symptoms of urogenital atrophy include vaginal dryness, itching or irritation, pain with intercourse, and additional symptoms including other anatomical changes.
The most effective treatment for urogenital atrophy is low-dose vaginal estrogen replacement.
Weill Cornell MedicineJames Buchanan Brady FoundationDepartment of Urology
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Weill Cornell Medical MedicineJames Buchanan Brady FoundationDepartment of Urology
Weill Cornell Medicine James Buchanan Brady Foundation Department of Urology