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• Having looked for underlying causes, if appropriate, treat those that are reversible.
• Consider whether medication might be helpful – haloperidol is usually first line.
Oestrogen deficiency results in physical changes of the vulva, vagina and lower urinary tract. This can result in sexual and bladder dysfunction,
as well as vulvovaginal discomfort.
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