Urogenital atrophy is the medical term used to describe the thinning tissues of the vagina and vulva that can happen with the dwindling levels of estrogen that occurs with peri-menopause and menopause. Thinning of these nether-region tissues is the common denominator in all of the symptoms that detract from your vaginal health, including vaginal dryness, painful intercourse, burning, urgency and frequency of urination and recurrent bladder infections. Learn about the various treatments that can be used to revitalize pelvic floor muscles, vaginal and vulvar tissues including bio-identical hormone replacement therapy and cutting edge technology including CO2 fractional laser therapy and bio-photomodulation.