Perimenopause results in drops in estrogen levels and production. This drop in estrogen can result in less lubrication of the vaginal walls. Typically, the vagina stays lubricated with a thin, clear liquid that mimics the texture of a flexible mucus.
You can increase sex drive by changing your lifestyle.
If you're unsure that you're going through perimenopause, we recommend reaching out to you health care provider for further testing. Your doctor may suggest blood tests to check if you're in transition to menopause (aka perimenopause).
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According to Nebraska Med, using "vaginal rings, suppositories and creams - helps with vaginal dryness and loss of elasticity ."
Other options include over-the-counter personal lubricants that can be used regularly that help moisturize the vagina.