The Burden of Vulvovaginal Atrophy on Women's Daily Living

Implications on Quality of Life From a Face-to-face Real-life Survey

Rossella E. Nappi, MD, PhD; Santiago Palacios, MD, PhD; Nico Bruyniks, MD, MRCOG, MFSRH; Martire Particco, MD; Nick Panay, BSc, FRCOG, MFSRH; on behalf of the EVES Study investigators


Menopause. 2019;26(5):485-491. 

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In conclusion, this study demonstrates the association of VVA symptoms with the quality of life of postmenopausal women attending menopause and/or gynecology clinics. This effect is important when considering severe VVA symptoms affect many women and their impact on quality of life is similar to other conditions and pathologies of which there is greater awareness.