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A number of factors can lead to vaginal prolapse, including previous pregnancy, vaginal childbirth and aging.
The microbes present in the vaginal environment of women with endometrial cancer are also different from the microbes present in the vaginal environment of women without endometrial cancer...
Part of the reason women stay quiet might just be the name used to describe the condition - vaginal atrophy .
Generally it appears safe to use small amounts of vaginal estrogen in women with a history of breast cancer.
If you've had breast cancer, talk with your doctor about the risks of vaginal estrogen therapy.
A number of factors can lead to vaginal prolapse, including pregnancy, vaginal childbirth, chronic cough and aging.
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An oral estrogen tablet is available for women who don't want to use a vaginal product; however, it isn't approved for those with or at high risk of breast cancer or who have had a uterine cancer.
La tableta oral de estrógeno se ofrece a las mujeres que no desean usar productos vaginales, pero no está autorizada para quienes padecen cáncer de mama o tienen alto riesgo de presentarlo, ni para quienes padecen cáncer...
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