ESTRACE: FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments

User Comments:

For Postmenopausal Symptoms “Works great for vaginal atrophy. MD put me on 2 wks of 1mg nightly of vaginal estrace, followed by 1mg 2x a week. It’s a bit messy so may opt for the Mona Lisa Touch laser for atrophy in the long run, but this does help greatly with lubrication and plumping atrophied vaginal tissues. I went into menopause at 30 due to surgical menopause so this made me feel more confident about myself sexually.”

CityGal212 December 18, 2017

For Atrophic Vaginitis “try using castor oil..and look up castor oil packs also”

simpletoo December 4, 2017

For Postmenopausal Symptoms “The Estrace cream burned me so severely, I have open sores.”

SweetSydney (taken for less than 1 month) June 2, 2017

For Hypoestrogenism “Break into my house, steal EVERYTHING I own. But keep your hands OFF my Estrace.”

Honeygirl9 May 13, 2017

For Hypoestrogenism “I had a total/full Hysterctomy in Jan of 2006. I was put on Estrace/Estradoil 1mg at the time. Pending on the person, we are all different. 1 mg, I still had bad hot flashes, terrible or nasty temper, dizziness, feeling faint, very moody, feelings of rage. My Gyn put me up to a 2mg tablet. It worked, the rage feelings, dizziness, and most of the sweating and hot flashes eased or went away. I felt human again, and in control of my thoughts, and actions. It feels good not to have that terrible rage. I was at this time not receiving the right dose, it was to low.This week my gyn put me back on 1mg of Estrace, all those horrible feelings came back and quickly. My body again, was not getting enough hormone of estrogen and back on 2mg’s.”

Elaine00 (taken for 5 to 10 years) September 11, 2014

For Postmenopausal Symptoms “Love it, no hot flashes or mood changes and feel like having sex again. Breasts have enlarged but are not painful. Taking 1 mg tablets, hope I never have to give up my wonder pill. Have been taking it for years and I am 70 years old.”

Anonymous June 6, 2014

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