Estring Vaginal Ring (Estradiol)

TypeDrug NameDosage 
Estring Vaginal Ring2 mg

Generic Equivalent of Estring Vaginal Ring

No generic equivalents of Estring Vaginal Ring found.

Estring Vaginal Ring Information:

Estring (Generic name: Estradiol Vaginal Ring) is an estrogen replacement therapy (HRT) used to relieve atrophic vaginitis symptoms (e.g., burning, dryness, itching of the vaginal area), urinary symptoms (urinary pain, urinary urgency), and pain during intercourse after the menopause. Estring is a soft, flexible ring contains 2 mg of Estradiol (an estrogen hormone). Estring should be removed after 90 days of continuous use. Estring vaginal ring should be inserted and removed by your doctor of healthcare provider.

Estring Vaginal Ring Side Effects:

The most common Estring side effects are acne, abnormal pain, breast tenderness, diarrhea, dizziness, headache, insomnia, nausea, vaginal bleeding or discharge, vomiting, weight changes, etc. If you are experiencing any severe side effects such as breast lumps, chest pain, depression, faint, jaundice, numbness, seizures, vaginal pain, vision changes, and serious allergic reaction (e.g., difficult breathing; itching; rash; swelling), please inform your doctor immediately.

Estring Vaginal Ring Precautions:

Do NOT use Estring birth control if you are allergic to Estradiol or any of the ingredients in Estring medication. Do NOT use Estring if you are pregnant or breast-feeding. Before using Estring ring, tell your doctor if you have had any medical conditions, especially of: asthma, diabetes, gallbladder, heart disease, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, liver or kidney disease, migraine, seizures, stroke, thyroid problems, unusual vaginal bleeding, and etc. Tell your doctor about all the prescription and over-the-counter (OTC) medications you use, especially of: antidiabetics, barbiturates, blood pressure-lowering medications, corticosteroids, cyclosporine, protease inhibitors, warfarin, and other vaginal products. Estring replacement therapy may increase the risk of breast, uterine, or estrogen dependent cancer. Use Estring as a low dose and as a short time to relieve the symptoms. Report any usual problems to your doctor immediately. Insert a new Estring in the vagina every three months.

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