Painful sex, menopause and you – what’s happening and how to feel more comfortable

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Why do some women start to find sex painful around menopause? Vaginal and anatomical changes can lead to poor lubrication, as well as changes to the shape of your vagina – it can actually become shorter, less wider, and less stretchy.

This makes fun between the sheets decidedly less fun. Anne Henderson, our Consultant Gynecologist, explains what’s happening and how you can get help both physically and psychologically. From the right lubrication to other treatments, with a little thought and help, sex absolutely can be a pleasure again. Here is how to talk about painful sex in your relationships.

About Anne Henderson

Our fantastic Consultant Gynecologist Anne Henderson has worked within the health sectors for 15 years. From running large-scale menopause clinics where she helped hundreds of women access then-pioneering body identical hormones through to working with complementary practitioners to provide truly holistic care, Anne leads the way when it comes to caring, innovative, whole-woman focused practice.

Read Anne’s full biography here


Anne Henderson

Anne Henderson

Consultant Gynaecologist

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