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13 Possible Causes for Increased Libido, Risk of Cancer Possibly Increased, Vaginal Adhesions

  • Menopause

    ) Increased frequency or sudden urge to urinate Vaginal dryness that can cause pain during intercourse Increased bone loss that can lead to osteoporosis Higher risk of heart[] Women who start menopause later also may have an increased risk of ovarian cancer, possibly because they have had more ovulations.[] These include an increased risk of developing blood clots (for example deep vein thrombosis ) and certain types of cancer.[]

  • Atrophic Vaginitis

    […] risk for cardiovascular events and/or breast cancer, alleviate vaginal dryness, decrease dyspareunia, increase libido and allow improvement of sexual life, and thus, improve[] Estrogen rings are higher-dose estrogen preparations and may increase a woman’s risk for endometrial cancer.[] If the woman has a cervical Pap smear done while she has vaginitis, there may be an abnormal test result. adhesive vaginitis atrophic vaginitis with ulceration and exfoliation[]

  • Dyspareunia

    […] as noted below: 64% reported increased intensity and duration of orgasm 71% reported increased desire (libido) 86% reported increased arousal 79% reported increased lubrication[] There are, however, possible risks that may be associated with the use of progestins with estrogens compared to estrogen-alone regimens.[] A manual physical therapy (Wurn Technique) which treats pelvic and vaginal adhesions and micro adhesions may decrease or eliminate intercourse pain.[]

  • Precocious Puberty

    The early appearance of breasts or menses in girls and increased libido in boys can cause emotional distress in some children.[] […] of breast cancer and also possibly early puberty.[] (male and female) Causes and management of precocious puberty and delayed puberty (female only ... examination of the child Vaginal bleeding Vulvovaginitis Labial adhesions[]

  • Vulvar Dystrophy

    libido, hirsutism, voice alterations). [122] Moreover, testosterone is contraindicated in children because it is systemically absorbed, causing androgenic adverse effects[] Although women with VIN have an increased risk of developing invasive vulvar cancer, most cases of VIN never progress to cancer.[] This may lead to a narrowing of the vaginal walls, its adhesion, ulcerations and even to the formation of vesico-vaginal and recto-vaginal fistulas [1, 2].[]

  • Candidiasis

    Obviously, drinking alcohol increases levels of sugar in the system. But other habits of alcoholics are also at fault.[] The use of antibiotics that kill off competing bacteria increases the risk of developing thrush.[] Use of spermicidal jellies and creams increases susceptibility to infection by altering the vaginal flora and increasing the adhesion of Candida organisms.[]

  • Infertility

    Maca root (Lepidium meyenii) : Men who use maca have been seen to have an increased libido and healthy sperm, showing an increase in seminal volume, sperm count per ejaculate[] The possibility that fertility preservation interventions and/or subsequent pregnancy may increase the risk of cancer recurrence has been most concerning in breast cancer[] The laparoscopic approach to vaginal reconstruction avoids the abdominal incision, with its associated pain and possible adhesion formation.[]

  • Hysterectomy

    […] experienced a reduction in libido after hysterectomy ranged from 32% to 46%, while estimates of the percentage of patients who experienced an increase in libido ranged from[] […] of having cervical cancer since the cervix itself is left intact and may be contraindicated in women with increased risk of this cancer; regular pap smears to check for cervical[] She re-presented with vaginal bleeding and pain eventually attributed to a retained uterine horn. Conservative management failed.[]

  • Vulvar Disorder

    libido, hirsutism, voice alterations). [123] Moreover, testosterone is contraindicated in children because it is systemically absorbed, causing androgenic adverse effects[] […] the possibility of vulvar cancer Melanoma or atypical moles on non-vulvar skin: A family history of melanoma and dysplastic nevi anywhere on the body may increase the risk[] This chapter will review common vulvar disorders, including vulvovaginitis, lichen sclerosis et atrophicus, bubble bath vaginitis, labial adhesions, urethral prolapse, and[]

  • Androgens

    Taking it increases libido and has testosterone like effects.[] […] wall that occurs with age, or a scarring of the vaginal roof which occasionally occurs after hysterectomy.[] […] body fat • Longer time to recover from exercise • Decreased libido (low interest in sex) • Difficulty getting and keeping erections • Low semen volume • Reduced beard or[]