Proven Care For Vaginal Dryness Without Side Effects

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Primrose oil for vaginal dryness is a proven remedy recommended by health professionals. One of the popularly used remedies across most menopausal symptoms, Evening Primrose oil is a rich source of two types of Omega-6 Fatty acids including linoleic acid and γ-linoleic acid. Primrose oil is an extract from the seeds of OenotheraBiennis plant, also known as evening primrose. Primrose oil helps control hormonal changes and vaginal dryness by enhancing the production of prostaglandins.

Reasons to use primrose oil
Menopause can bring about several changes in the candidates including anxiety, hot flashes, night sweats, joint pain, insomnia, weight gain, hair loss, and mood swings. Primrose oil is sound to be effective in addressing all of these symptoms and many others reported during menopause and hence this remedy is actively recommended for menopausal women by doctors.

A report available in ‘Menopause in 2015’made a survey involving postmenopausal women between the ages 50 and 65 and has found that around 70 percent of them used only natural remedies to address their symptoms and most of them used primrose oil as their favorite remedy.

Evening primrose oil is one of the most popular remedies for menopausal changes. A report published in Menopause in 2015 surveyed postmenopausal women aged 50 to 65 years and found that 70.4 percent used natural remedies, with evening primrose oil being the most commonly used.2

In 2015, The Medical Journal of Australia claimed that evening primrose oil for vaginal dryness is among the most common remedies used to address the symptoms like night sweats and hot flashes during menopause.

A number of proponents of evening primrose oil say this product can provide relief from a range of menopausal symptoms including night sweats, hot flashes, vaginal dryness, mood swings, and sleeplessness.

Safety instructions
For most people, evening primrose oil is found to be safe by NIH. However, in some people, the use of primrose oil is found to lead to stomach upset, nausea, headache, and diarrhea. If you experience diarrhea or loose stools while using evening primrose oil, you may have to check if the dosage is high for you. Some other side effects found while using evening primrose oil include bleeding, bruising, low blood sugar levels, seizures, and allergies.

Evening primrose oil is not recommended for people suffering from bleeding disorders, seizures and epilepsy. Also, evening primrose oil is not recommended to take along with some medications for blood thinning, blood pressure, depression, and schizophrenia. Within two weeks of a scheduled surgery, primrose oil is not recommended.

Take away
Orovana’s evening primrose oil is a great product for treating the symptoms connected to menopause. This product is found to enhance the elasticity and firmness of vagina besides preventing painful intercourses. Before taking this medication, it is good to consult your healthcare provider and also resort to some lifestyle changes like balanced diet, exercises, relaxation techniques and yoga. A comprehensive lifestyle plan along with Orovana evening primrose oil can help treat several menopausal symptoms including vaginal dryness.

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