Vaginal estrogen hormone replacement therapy has become an increasingly more common type of estrogen hormone replacement therapy for women. In women who have chronic issues with vaginitis, there is a marked need for vaginal estrogen hormone replacement therapy as a method to safely reduce vaginitis complications.
While vaginitis is quite common in women of any age, the complications with recurring vaginitis can lead to a condition known as atrophic vaginitis. With this type of vaginal complication in women, there can be a marked complication associated with pain, discomfort and recurring health complications.
By using vaginal estrogen therapy, many women with atrophic vaginitis can resolve their symptoms without requiring full estrogen hormone replacement therapy. If you are experiencing recurring vaginal complications, that including itching, burning, dryness and irritation, it may be prudent to speak with your doctor about the possible risks of atrophy of the vaginal tissue and how vaginal estrogen hormone therapy.
In women who have gone through menopause, there is a need for some form of estrogen replacement therapy as the ovaries have discontinued producing estrogen and vaginal secretions begin to decline. When vaginal secretions decline, this is when recurring vaginitis begins to develop and can lead to further health complications. By using vaginal estrogen replacement therapy, you can alleviate many of your health risks related to ovarian cessation and lack of vaginal secretions.
Using a vaginal cream, by doctor’s prescription, women who are postmenopausal often find they can improve not only their vaginitis complications but also reduce the risks for urinary tract infections. This vaginal cream is covered by most health insurance programs but must be obtained by a doctor’s prescription. Even if you are not interested in using full hormone replacement therapy, if you have complications with vaginitis, leading to atrophy of the skin, be sure to ask about vaginal hormone replacement therapy using an estrogen cream.
Vaginal complications are common among women of all ages. For women who have vaginal estrogen complications, vaginitis is quite common and can be alleviated with a vaginal cream available by prescription. The key to your optimal health lies in finding a doctor who can evaluate your health condition and provide the vaginal estrogen therapy you need to improve your health.
Sources: Journal of Women’s Health, vol. 18: no. 10; 2009, pp. 1596-1598.