What is a safe treatment for vaginitis?
Topical Vaginal Moisturizing Cream by Sarati International
Our cream, applied locally to vaginal tissues, is inserted
into the vagina with an applicator, add or can be used in
the vulva area without the applicator. Use a l/4 tsp. daily
for first week and 3-5 times weekly as needed.
Ingredients: Deionized water, caprylic/capric triglycerides,
(food grade coconut oil) Simulgel 600 (plant based thickener)
aloe vera gel, vitamin E, proprietary herbal blend of chamomile,
comfrey, goldenseal, grapefruit seed extract.
This product is not intended to be used as a sexual lubricant. Also, avoid
mixing therapies with natural products.
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Can this cream help with other menopausal conditions? This
cream is not appropriate for other menopausal symptoms, such
as hot flashes, or for the prevention
of osteoporosis or heart disease.
What is the latest conventional prescription options? Another
medical option for this condition is a vaginal estrogen ring
The estradiol vaginal ring (Estring) is a soft, flexible
ring for insertion into the vagina. The ring releases a slow,
continuous dose of estradiol, an estrogen produced by the
ovaries, that lasts for 90 days. Until the availability of
Estring, treatment options included estrogen tablets, transdermal
patches and vaginal creams.
What is atrophic vaginitis?
Atrophic vaginitis is a skin condition of the vulva and vagina.
It occurs when a hormone called estrogen is lacking in the
body. Atrophic vaginitis can occur at any age, but it most
commonly occurs in menopausal
What are the signs and symptoms of atrophic vaginitis?
Common signs and symptoms include:
- Problems with urination
- Painful intercourse
- Vulvar itching and/or burning