I have been going to the Gynocologist for about 4 mounth's. She has put me on the patch and treated me with Metronidazole Vaginal Gel 3 times.I still have pain with intercourse and light spotting I had a Hysterectomy at 40 and began taking estrogen after that. I never had any trouble untill my G.P. decided I should go off my Estrogen. I am now back on Estrogen about 4 month's but still having problems.Does anyone have an idea what is going on?View Thread
The Dr. put me back on the same dose at first but now I am on Vivelle dot 0.075 before it was Premerian 0.625 I believe. This Dr. says she is deciding what dose I need. It seems to be taking forever to get back to where I was, no pain or having to use a lubricant. Maybe there is hope yet.Thanks AgainView Thread
I mean post-hysterectomy with estrogen normal. I had no problems at all until my G.P. took me off estrogen. It's been 6 month's since that hapened and now I go to a Gyn. who is trying ti get my estrogen level upView Thread
Yes I did have a bacteral infection and she did mention thinning of tissues. She is trying to get my estrogen level up.She hasn't tried vaginal estrogen yet. Thanks so much for your help,I keep wishing I could get back to normal again.Is that possible?View Thread
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