1. 1

    Prevalence

    "I could be spending a third of my life in postmenopause and I am not willing to accept painful intercourse."
  2. 2

    Undertreated

    "I am so alone in this. I feel too embarrassed to talk about my menopausal vaginal changes with anyone."
  3. 3

    Low Awareness

    "I feel like there's nothing I can do about painful intercourse. And I'm just supposed to accept it as part of menopause."
  4. 4

    Open Communication

    "I don't understand what's happening to my own body and I am not willing to accept painful intercourse."
  5. 5

    Physiological Signs

    "I've had vaginal changes that I'm not keeping to myself anymore."
  6. 6

    Dyspareunia

    "I remember what it was like before painful intercourse."
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