Survey on vaginal atrophy reveals it's effects on Canadian sex lives

Results from a study on vaginal atrophy’s effects on sex and relationships revealed that more than 60 percent of female Canadians avoid sex because of vaginal atrophy, a chronic condition of menopause where the vaginal walls become thin and fragile, causing intercourse to be painful. The study, presented at the first annual Canadian Menopause Conference on May 4th, also found that one fifth of those surveyed feel that the condition has made them emotionally distant.