Older women sex organs

Duration: 10min 37sec Views: 565 Submitted: 27.01.2020
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Around menopause , changes in the genital organs occur rapidly. Menstrual cycles stop, and the ovaries stop producing estrogen. After menopause, the tissues of the labia minora which surround the opening of the vagina and urethra , clitoris, vagina, and urethra thin atrophy. This thinning can result in chronic irritation, dryness, and a discharge from the vagina. Vaginal infections are more likely to develop.

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