Removing Estring

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WFPS Says:

I can't reach far enough to remove my estring - I can barely touch it but not hook on to remove - any suggestions?

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Verwon Says:

Did you resolve this issue?

For future reference, if you are unable to remove it, you should contact your doctor, or go to your nearest urgent care facility, where they can assist you.


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Kathy Says:

I can not remove my estring. I have tried but can not reach it...

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Dr Says:
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I removed the estring and forgot to reinsert it for about 22 hours. Is it still effective?

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DL Says:
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Is there any harm in the Estring staying in for 2 weeks past 90 days? I cant get an rx appt any earlier and am totally frustrated that I cant remove it!

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Marie Says:
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My Gynecologist prescribed Estring due to my prolapse. I used the Estring on Nov 17th and on Dec 6th after almost 3 weeks, I removed it because of breast pain. Today is Dec 23rd. Can I use it again after 2 weeks? Is the Estring still effective?

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Margie Says:
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I had the same problem when I went to remove my estring. I tried several times and felt like I couldnt reach it. I tried again the next morning. Still would not come out. I was getting quite nervous and scared that I was going to have to go see my doctor. Finally, the next evening while in the shower, I squatted & beared down (while holding onto a safety bar) and I was able to pull it right out! I was so relieved!!! I really liked the results of the estring so, I'm happy that I was able to finally remove it. Now, I can feel secure putting in a new one because I know the trick to getting it out! Yay!

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Robin Says:

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I put in a good amount of lubricant and went to bed. When I got up in the morning I was able to reach it and it came out very easily.

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Shorty Says:
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I also have this problem. Have you found a solution besides going to the doctor? I was thinking of tying a string on it like a tampon, but not sure if that may cause an infection over the 90 days

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