Vaginal atrophy is a condition in which the tissues lining the inside of the vagina (birth canal) become thin, dry, and inflamed. This is caused by a decrease in the amount of estrogen (a female hormone) made by the body. Symptoms of atrophic vaginitis include vaginal dryness, itching, burning, and pain during sexual intercourse.
Excessively dry vagina
Pain at vagina or vulva
or Vaginal irritation
Pain during sexual intercourse
Blood from vagina not from period
During or after sexual intercourse
Strange fluid coming out of vagina other than blood
Yellow, Bad smell
Decreased sexual desire
Cessation of menstrual periods
Recent bilateral oophorectomy surgery
Primary Ovarian Insufficiency
Use of tamoxifen
If you have Atrophic Vaginitis, then a visit to an obstetrician-gynecologist is recommended.