Is vaginal estrogen safe for women who have had breast cancer OR do they have to suffer with untreatable vaginal dryness, atrophy and frequent urinary tract infections?
Good news, ladies! Placebo controlled trials have been conducted about the safety of vaginal estrogen for breast cancer “warriors” Placebo controlled studies are the “Gold Standard” because in these studies, some women are given the treatment and others are given a placebo and then the results are compared. So, researchers can verify whether a treatment is safe and effective.
Both the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and the North American Menopause Society have written position statements noting that vaginal estrogens and DHEA are quite safe for breast cancer survivors, with minimal systemic absorption. “Minimal systemic absorption”means that what you put in the vaginal tract basically stays there and does not enter the blood stream in any significant amount. So, you do not need to be concerned about extra estrogen circulating in your blood stream.
When you use Vaginal Estrogen or Vaginal DHEA for dryness, quality of life goes UP and safety is not affected. A Win-Win!
No more suffering needlessly.
If you are interested in two wonderful vaginal products, I have 2 excellent choices.
1) Hydration Ovals with estriol/estradiol & DHEA
2) DHEA suppositories
Renewed DHEA Vaginal Suppositories
I have them both, but the Hydration Ovals are not online, phone orders only. (877) 880-0170
The DHEA suppositories are on my website which is www.bhnformulas.com
Would you like written information about these choices and also my Vaginal Dryness handout that has other tips? Email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
To Order Over the Phone Call: (877) 880-0170
Don’t suffer with genitourinary symptoms. I believe you are a victor over Breast Cancer, and you can definitely be a victor over vaginal dryness and UTIs. Back to lubrication!
If you would also like my Breast Cancer, Breast Health hand out email me at: email@example.com
Also, I am pleased to report that my ProHELP Crème is listed in the recent edition of the book, What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Breast Cancer by Dr. John Lee and Dr. David Zava, advocates of using progesterone with breast cancer. It is a wonderful resource for anyone who has had breast cancer.
More Questions? Email me. firstname.lastname@example.org If I cannot answer your specific question, I will know a colleague who can.
You are NOT alone! I’m on your side!
I want to leave you all with this scripture. If you are a breast cancer warrior:
Have No Fear
Be strong and bold; have no fear or dread of them, because it is the Lord your God who goes with you; he will not fail you or forsake you.