The following Conditions are related to Dry

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  • Hypothyroidism during pregnancy (thyroid deficiency during pregnancy)

    The thyroid creates hormones that help your body to work correctly. Thyroid hormones control your heart rates and metabolism. You get thyroid disorder when the thyroid gland produces too much or too little hormones. Women develop thyroid disorders before or after pregnancy. Some women also develop it after giving birth to a child. This is known as hypothyroidism during pregnancy (thyroid deficiency during pregnancy)  Read More

  • Ichthyosis child syndrome

    CHILD syndrome is usually present at birth. It may first become apparent at some point during the first month of life. The skin is usually dry, itchy, red and scaly (ichthyosiform erythroderma) on one side of the body, although minor skin involvement in the shape of lines or segments may occur on the opposite side of the body. Bands of normal skin may be found on the affected side as well. Patients with CHILD syndrome may be bald on on  Read More

  • Menopause

    In the months or years leading up to menopause (perimenopause), you might experience these signs and symptoms: Irregular periods Vaginal dryness Hot flashes Chills Night sweats Sleep problems Mood changes Weight gain and slowed metabolism Thinning hair and dry skin Loss of breast fullness Symptoms, including changes in menst  Read More

  • Premature ovarian failure

    Signs and symptoms of premature ovarian failure are similar to those of going through menopause and are typical of estrogen deficiency. They include: Irregular or skipped periods (amenorrhea), which might be present for years or develop after a pregnancy or after stopping birth control pills Difficulty conceiving Hot flashes Night sweats Vaginal dryness Irritability or difficulty  Read More

  • Vaginal dryness and vaginal atrophy

    Vaginal atrophy is the medical term that refers to the thinning of the wall of the vagina that occurs during the menopause (the time when menstrual periods have ceased) in women. Vaginal atrophy occurs due to falling estrogen levels. Vaginal atrophy may be associated with vaginal dryness, itching, irritation, and/or pain during sexual intercourse. Hormone therapy can be effective in treating vaginal atrophy a  Read More