Estrog Methyl Hs 625 1 25 1.25/2.5

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Rose Sonnier Says:


I had to chang to this medicine because I can no longer get estratest. I continue to have pain as if I have a urinary tract infection. The doctor said it was from dry vagina. I have never heard of that. Is this a side effect of this medicine? The pain is terrible. I feel like not taking the medicine at all. I'm always in pain. My doctor did give me some cream to use in my vagina.



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Brandy Says:

Im having the same problem. Vaginal dryness, i thought this medicine was gonna stop that but i guess not. I stopped taking the medicine. It also gives me mood swings. Im going back to the doctor in november, hopefully he can perscribe something else.

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Verwon Says:

If you ladies are still having this problem, or if anyone else is looking for information on this same issue, I have some information and advice to provide.

Please see a specialist that will do a test on your hormonal levels, someone that checks them a couple of times throughout the month, since they fluctuate and uses a saliva test, rather than the less reliable blood test.

The reason I am saying this is because in many cases, most doctors assume a woman is low in Estrogen, without actually checking to see if that is the case and may women actually aren't low in it, at all.

Most women with these types of symptoms are actually suffering from Estrogen Dominance and are low in Progesterone. If the Progesterone is supplemented back to get the Estrogen back in check, then relief of the symptoms is usually found.

There are prescription versions of Progestin available, as well as over the counter Progesterone USP creams that work very well for some and even tend to be safer, but always check with your doctor, before adding anything hormonal.

Are there any other questions or comments?


Learn more Progesterone details here.

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