How Much Estrogen Stays In The Body When Estring Is Removed?

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Mickey Says:


I had my Estring removed today by my Dr. because it was causing my migraines to get more severe. My question is once the Estring is removed how long does it take for the estrogen to leave the body?








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Verwon Says:

Hello, Mickey! How are you?

It may take a month, or two, before things to return to normal and your body balances your hormones back out to your normal levels.

Other side effects of removal may possibly include dizziness, irritability, spotting and PMS-like symptoms.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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