Lasofoxifene Effective for Dyspareunia

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Dyspareunia is a significant problem in postmenopausal women. A recent study at George Washington University found that up to 92% of sexually active women reported moderate or severe symptoms. Forty percent of women cited dyspareunia as their most bothersome problem associated with vaginal atrophy. A recent Phase III trial showed that lasofoxifene can significantly improve the symptoms of dyspareunia as well as increase bone mineral density (BMD) in postmenopausal women.

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