The black box warning and other warnings and precautions on the hormonal postmenopausal symptom reliever Estring have been updated to reflect current recommended estrogen-class labeling standards which include risk of uterine cancer, breast cancer, heart attack, stroke, blood clots and dementia. Estring is a vaginal ring made by Pfizer that contains estradiol, a synthetic estrogen. It is inserted into the vagina and should be removed after 90 days of continuous use. Estring is used after menopause to treat moderate to severe vaginal itching, burning and dryness, painful intercourse, urinary urgency and painful urination due to urogenital atrophy. Hormone replacement therapy, ... Read More
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