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How Can A Woman's Sexual Health Change During Menopause?

Updated: 3 days ago

Menopause is a new stage in your life, and it comes with new benefits and challenges. While it offers no more menstrual periods and maybe even a new fresh outlook on life, you may also experience some struggles – one of which is unwanted changes to your sexual health. Board-certified physician Dr. Raj Singh and the experts at HEALOR Primary Care in Las Vegas, NV are experienced in addressing concerns about female sexual health. By identifying what the problem is, what might be causing it, and how to treat it, you can get back to enjoying your life – and sexual health – during menopause.

What is menopause?

Menopause is the time in your life that occurs 12 months after your last period. Leading up to that point, you might experience anything from hot flashes to changes in your monthly cycles. This stage usually lasts about seven years, but it can last as long as 14 years.

Menopause is a completely normal biological process, and each woman experiences menopause differently. This is because your body’s production of estrogen and progesterone – both hormones made by the ovaries – are unique to you.