Vaginal atrophy (vaginal dryness) is the thickening of the vaginal wall, which causes the vagina to lose its elasticity and the internal epithelium of the vagina becomes drier.
The resultant burning, itchy or inflamed sensation in the vagina, together with painful sexual intercourse are all signs of vaginal dryness.
Unfortunately, vaginal dryness affects many women and has to be taken seriously. It is often a constant feeling of vaginal discomfort and a decrease in libido. The negative effects of painful sex put even the most harmonious relationships to the test. Due to the intimate nature of the subject, many women choose not to talk about this discomfort and only a minority of them seeks medical attention. However, it is important to know that solutions exist for the treatment of vaginal dryness, no one has to accept this condition and suffer in silence! Furthermore, menopause does not mean the end of sexual intimacy.
JUVIA vaginal gel has been developed to relieve the unpleasant symptoms associated with vaginal dryness. The scientific foundation of the development is based on several decades of basic and clinical research by Prof. Dr. Peter Takacs.
JUVIA vaginal gel helps to hydrate the vaginal wall and vaginal mucosa. Our goal is to provide an alternative to estrogen hormone therapies in order to alleviate the symptoms of vaginal atrophy.
At the University of Debrecen, Hungary a six months clinical trial was conducted in 2018 to determine the safety and effectiveness of treatment with Juvia vaginal gel.
Over 60% of the paticipating women said that the moisturizing effect lasted for more than a week. This means that a single tube of JUVIA can treat vaginal dryness from up to four to five months.
The Vaginal Health Index (VHI) is a system used to evaluate vaginal elasticity, fluid volume, pH, epithelial integrity, and moisture on a scale of 1 to 5. One of the most important results of the clinical research was that all these factors improved significantly after using Juvia and consequently Juvia positively contributed to the quality of life of participants.
The following video summarizes the results of a patient satisfaction survey conducted after the clinical trial.