Difficult Removing And White Substance On Part Of Ring

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Brenda Says:

I have been using Estring for several years and it has really helped with my vaginal dryness. The last time I went to take it out and replace it the Ring was very hard to remove. I pulled it loose from the vaginal wall and when I looked at it it had some white substance on it. I wasn't sure what that meant if anything. Since it has always been clean and easy to take out I wanted to find out if it was something to be concerned about or not. I have not put a new one in and won't until I get some answers.

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Verwon Says:

How easy or hard it is to remove can depend on your hormonal cycle, since your cervix moves up and down throughout the month. Thus, if you're having a different hormonal surge, when the time comes to remove it, it could be harder to remove than at other times, as reported by the NIH and most gynecologists can verify this.

The white substance was most likely just a normal discharge that we ladies experience throughout the month, it can also vary depending on our hormonal fluctuations. Some months I experience a lot of it, some months, there is so little that I never notice it. It is, however, not usually anything to worry about.

There is no harm in consulting your doctor about this, if you aren't sure, but chances are likely that it is nothing to worry about.

Have you inserted a new one, yet?

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Missy Says:
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Re: Verwon (# 1)

I have tried everything to get my estring out.” To no avail. I can’t seem to grasp it . Any happy eloquent is appreciated

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