painful intercourse

When it comes to using vaginal products, a new study has a message for you, ladies: Stop inserting petroleum jelly and baby oil down there. It puts you at risk for vaginal infections and makes you more susceptible to sexually transmitted diseases.
It's a common problem among postmenopausal women - painful sexual intercourse due to thinner, drier, more fragile vaginal tissues. To help the roughly 32 million women with this condition, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a new drug called Osphena.
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