Pain with intercourse after menopause

Painful intercourse is a persistent or reoccurring pain in the genitals that can happen just before, during, or immediately after sexual intercourse.

​Dyspareunia is known to have a variety of causes, both physical and psychological.
Lack of lubrication resulting from lower estrogen levels is a major factor causing dyspareunia post menopause.

Treatment Options for Vaginal Dryness

  • Painless laser procedure: that delivers controlled energy to the vaginal tissue & stimulates collagen production and is a safe and outpatient therapy for those not suitable with Hormonal therapies.
  • Vaginal Estrogens
  • Hormone replacement therapies
  • Lubricants