What Is The Differance Between Vaginal Ring Estring Estradiol And Femring Acetate?

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Sue Says:


I am using Femring now and wonder if I could change to Estring if it might cost less? My insurance doesn't cover Femring, I've had breast cancer and told this was the best way for me to get hormone replacement safely.


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Verwon Says:

It is always best to follow your doctor's instructions.

The typical side effects may possibly include dizziness, headache, nausea, mood changes, weight changes, and irregular bleeding.

They both really do the same thing, which is preventing pregnancy.

Which one have you chosen to try?

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