Vaginal estrogen use in menopause is a cornerstone intervention. It reverses most, if not all, of the menopausal adverse affect in the vagina, supports the urethra, and promotes pain-free vaginal functions, i.e. intercourse, gynecological examination, and vaginal ultrasound.
However, women are often concerned about its cancer risk.
We just updated our blog post, Vaginal Estrogen Poses No Apparent Cancer Risk with the most updates in support of this notion.
You may want to read it, and discuss with your doctor.