Treatment Options

While the hot flushes and night sweats of menopause resolve over time, symptoms associated with vaginal atrophy are progressive and frequently require treatment.1

Vaginal dryness can be helped by simple lubricants, but the best and most logical treatment for vaginal atrophy is to use local oestrogen.1


According to the International Menopause Society, local vaginal oestrogen therapy is preferred when symptoms are limited to the vagina.1 This is because only small doses of oestrogen are needed to treat vaginal symptoms of menopause, plus the vaginal response to local oestrogen therapy is quick and long-lasting.1


Local oestrogen therapy can be given as vaginal tablets or a vaginal cream.1

Table comparing Creams vs Tablets
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