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So he gave me Ortho-gynest pessaries and these worked
" Yep. My GP recognised the symptoms before I did because I had recurrent uti's without anything... "
oestrogen ortho-gynest made me hugely uncomfortable so am...
" ...my prolapse. Yes, do have small enterocele as well as rectocele ...to cause me discomfort. She is it's oestrogen deficiency causing vaginal atrophy. Last lot of oestrogen ortho-gynest made me hugely... "
oreness. Doctor prescribed ortho gynest cream to help but n...
" ...just been told i have a vaginal prolapse. I am 5 years ...agonising pain and soreness. Doctor prescribed ortho gynest cream to help but nothing ...the pelvic floor but i am so sore i couldn't bear that.... "
year were caused by the discontinuation of the Ortho Gynest...
" ...up. The problems with bladder pain last year were caused by the discontinuation of the Ortho Gynest pessaries I had been using ...but clearly it wasn't! My most recent UTI was caused by having... "
rtho-gynest cream for atrophic vaginitis but it immediately...
" Problems with ortho-gynest cream? ...I've just started using ortho-gynest cream for atrophic vaginitis but it immediately... "
Mo, I use ortho gynest cream which is estriol. Val I am...
" Hi Mo, I use ortho gynest cream which is estriol. Val I am thinking of asking the GP for... "
My doctor prescribed Ortho-Gynest Cream its a hormone...
" ...and she has no vaginal opening! My doctor prescribed Ortho-Gynest Cream its a hormone treatment but I am concerned... "
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