Sagenit efficiency in the treatment of vulvovaginal symptoms of aging

О. В. Грищенко, И. В. Лахно

Abstract


It was performed the investigation of the vaginal rehabilitation efficiency with the application of Sagenit and Gexicon in menopausal women with the symptoms of vulvovaginal atrophy. Clinical symptoms of the surveyed ladies were due to vaginal wall impaired blood supply and associated inflammation. It was reduced the index of vaginal health. Combined administration of Sagenit and Gexicon has led to the significant clinical dynamics of treatment according to the index of vaginal health that was characterized the improvement of colpotrophic processes and vaginal microecology. It was not registered endometrial growth by ultrasonography during the usage of Sagenit that has confirmed SERM effect. The proposed method of the vaginal rehabilitation is safe and highly effective in the aged group of patients. It allows counting on its widespread adoption in the management of women with the intermediate menopausal disorders.


Keywords


menopause; vulvovaginal atrophy; SERM effect; Sagenit

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.18370/2309-4117.2013.13.70-73

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