Yes. Especially when you are voiding urine, developing increased dryness on skin, experiencing vaginal discharge with more alkaline enviroment or painful sexual intercourse. It can be single or more than one cause. Please consult gynecologist.
Yes - a lot! Yes, a significant number of women will get symptoms of vaginal atrophy, usually after menopause. However, breast feeding women and some premenopausal women can still have symptoms of atrophy like vaginal or vulvar itching or burning, discharge or discomfort with intercourse.
Yes. It is a common problem during menopause. It can often be treated witha short course of transvaginal topical estrogen.