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88 Possible Causes for Increased Libido, Risk of Cancer Possibly Increased, Vaginitis

  • 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.[] Abstract Menopause practitioners are often asked to help postmenopausal women restore vaginal health and function.[]

  • 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.[] Vaginal infections are the second most common complication of atrophic vaginitis.[]

  • Menopause Ovarian Disorder

    Estrogen is also effective for increasing libido. In addition, estrogen increases bone density, thereby decreasing the risk of fracture.[] The most prominent ones are a much increased risk of developing diabetes, heart disease and some cancers. A less prominent one is possible brain damage.[] […] menopause and may include: Hot flashes Night sweats Anxiety, depression, or mood swings Concentration or memory problems Your sex drive isn’t what it used to be Trouble sleeping Vaginal[]

  • Hypogonadism

    Benefits include: increased libido mood improvement increased bone mineral density overall improved quality of life However, there are a few risks associated with it.[] Other possible risks of testosterone treatment include: A high red blood cell count Acne Breast enlargement An increase in prostate size Sleep apnea—the occasional stopping[] […] distribution) Osteoporosis In Women: Women develop ovarian suppression with irregular periods or absence of periods (amenorrhea), infertility, decreased libido, decreased vaginal[]

  • Vulvar Dystrophy

    libido, hirsutism, voice alterations). [123] 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.[] Other women suffering from vaginal dryness without vulvar dystrophy also reported an increase in vaginal secretion.[]

  • 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[] The search terms dyspareunia, vaginal estrogen, vaginal hormone therapy, vaginal atrophy, and atrophic vaginitis were the focus of the literature review.[] There are, however, possible risks that may be associated with the use of progestins with estrogens compared to estrogen-alone regimens.[]

  • Estrogen Deficiency

    Estrogen Deficiency Increases the Risk For: Osteoporosis, depression, infertility, cardiovascular disease, and heart disease.[] […] benefits to memory and cognitive functions Some people experience loss of excess belly fat The cons of estrogen therapy include increased risks of the following : Blood clots[] Vaginal examination or sexual activity can result in vaginal bleeding or spotting.[]

  • 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[] Vaginal subtotal (or supracervical) hysterectomy and vaginal myomectomy are elegant procedures rarely carried out by the average gynaecologist.[]

  • Pruritus Vulvae

    ., hot flashes, insomnia, decreased libido, and psychological and cognitive changes eventually occur.[] However, some concern has been expressed that broad-band UV-B treatment might possibly increase the risk of nonmelanoma skin cancer.[] Abstract Two hundred and thirteen nonpregnant female patients complaining of vaginal discharge or pruritus vulvae were recruited to the study by 45 general practitioners in[]

  • Uterine Radium Implant

    , fatigue, weight gain, anemia, osteoporosis; may increase risks of diabetes and heart disease GnRH antagonist abarelix (Plenaxis) Targets LHRH receptors in the pituitary[] Uterine and vaginal measurements are determined.[] In the case of prostate cancer, IORT can be used in locally advanced high risk disease possibly combined with EBRT to intensify the radiation dose in the attempt to improve[]

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