krychmanDr. Krychman is a renowned doctor of sexual medicine, a board certified obstetrician and gynecologist, and a clinical sexual counselor and author.

Dr Krychman has devoted his career to helping patients and their partners overcome sexual health challenges and experience a higher quality of physical intimacy. Dr. Krychman is also a specialist in survivorship medicine and provides life coaching and care plans to optimize the health and wellness of patients with chronic diseases or cancer.

Approximately 40-50% of postmenopausal women will experience dryness, irritation, burning or atrophic changes in their genitopelvic region.

Of those women, only about 6-7% — or roughly 3 million — are actively treated with prescription medications. Many women are suffering in silence with this condition, unaware that there are safe, effective treatments.

With these symptoms, intercourse also becomes painful. Vaginal dehydration results from changes within the vaginal area or eco system, estrogenic depletion from the transition into menopause, as a side effect of some medications.

Prevent, Maintain and Protect

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Nutrition and Menopause

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An Effective Treatment for Vaginal Dryness

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