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A drop in estrogen levels may occur: After menopause During the years leading up to menopause (perimenopause) After surgical removal of both ovaries (surgical menopause) During breast-feeding While taking medications that can affect estrogen levels, ...
If you've had breast cancer, talk with your doctor about the risks of vaginal estrogen therapy.
The Mayo Clinic Cancer Center is studying hysterectomy treatment options for gynecologic cancers.
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If you have a simple vaginal fistula — for instance, your fistula is small in size, you haven't had cancer or you've never had radiation therapy — conservative measures may allow your fistula to heal on i...
However, there's some concern that vaginal estrogen might increase your risk of the cancer coming back, especially if your breast cancer was hormonally sensitive.
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