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UGAUnite de Gestion d'Alarme (French: Alarm Management Unit)
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UGAUniversitari Gaudenti Associati
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UGAUnited Graziers' Association of Queensland
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UGAUnited Gospel Artists
UGAUnité Géographique d'Analyse (French: Geographic Analysis Unit; pharmaceutical industry)
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The numerical scoring system allows for quantitative assessment of the progression (or regression with therapy) of urogenital atrophy. With "severe" atrophy, scores are usually [greater than or equal to] 8, whereas "moderate"atrophy scores are usually [less than or equal to] 6.
Urogenital atrophy usually occurs around the time of menopause, when the ovaries stop producing estrogen.
Benefits of HRT that are supported by strong scientific evidence include relief from menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes, prevention of osteoporosis, cardioprotective effects, relief of urogenital atrophy, and decreased urinary incontinence.
Vaginal atrophy (causing painful intercourse) and urogenital atrophy (ultimately contributing to incontinence) can also result from the loss of estrogen at the menopause.
Current evidence related to the role of three strategies is summarized below, including topical estrogen treatment of urogenital atrophy, vaginal moisturizers, and vaginal acidification.
The results of her research project, Exploring Symptoms Related to Urogenital Atrophy in Breast Cancer Survivors, have implications for improved cancer care and quality of life for breast cancer survivors.
Topical therapy for relief of urogenital atrophy symptoms may need to be continued long term.