Estriol Cream - Paraben Free - UK

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Dos anyone know of an Estriol Cream that is paraben free?

Emerita Estriol Cream is one - however is very costly.


How has anyone got on with Ovestin Cream?

I need to help with dry Vagina, some soreness and preventing UTI's


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    Hi I'm taking the estradiol cream.  Ins doesn't cover so i paid $80for it.  I Han the Mona Lisa touch done and did not work even though doc that did it said I looked great down there.  Still burning see a specialist on Wed that deals with atrophic vaginitis.  My other doc disagrees so she gave a fourth treatment downhill from there.  Eventually I'm contacting a attorney to see if I could sue her.

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      Hi Linda

      Im so sorry to hear that the Mona Lisa is not working for you.  Eveidently it works for some but not for others. So frustrating when you spend so much money on the treatments and they don't work...... Please let us know what the specialist that deals with Atrophic Vaginitis says to you after your Wednesday appointment.  I am 65 and Vagifem is the only med that works for me for quality of life to feel normal.  It took many months on Vagifem to get to feel normal.  If I forget the Vagifem by a day when I'm suppose to take it I start to feel the discomfort.  I hope there will be better research to help us ladies with Atrophic Vaginitis!  Please keep us all posted.


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    Have you tried ovestin suppository?

    in your country need a prescription to buy ovestin?

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    Contact a compounding pharmacy near you and see if they make Paraben Free Estriol Cream. I know we do but we are in mesa, AZ. The other option is try a paraben free and natural vaginal cream called Fabuvag (you can order it online)
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