Estring Moves-uncomfortable

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Cherie oh Says:


Ive been using the estring for about 1.5 years. I'm happy with it as far as relieving itching etc. but lately it is uncomfortable and seems to move around when I move and just doesn't feel good when I walk. Any suggestions. I have a dropped uterus.



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Kevin Says:

Hello Cherie oh,

Really the only advice to give in this situation is to talk about it with your primary care doctor or OBGYN. I'm glad that it relieves your itching but if it has become uncomfortable it could be caused by a physical change or something to do with the ring shifting. Only a doctor would really be able to give you a reliable and accurate answer.

Good luck hope you get this resolved soon.

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