Getting Started

Support at every step

Support at every step

Beginning treatment starts with:

  1. 1Asking your doctor about the ring
  2. 2Learning how to insert and remove Estring
  3. 3Saving on your prescription

Doctor Discussion Guide

 

Talking to Your Doctor About Estring

Having the conversation about moderate-to-severe vaginal symptoms after menopause can be uncomfortable, but it doesn’t need to be. If you want to talk to your doctor about possible treatment with Estring but you aren’t sure how to start, here are some tips to get the conversation going:

  • “I’m feeling some real discomfort down there [in my vagina] after menopause. What can Estring do to help?”
  • “I’m looking for a treatment option I don’t have to apply daily. Can we discuss Estring?”
  • “I’ve been looking into prescription treatment and I think Estring is right for me. Do you? What are the risks? What are the benefits?”

Download and print our discussion guide before your next appointment.

Hear what Dr Streicher wants every woman to know about postmenopause and treatment.

“My patients love Estring because…it helps alleviate symptoms…and it’s really convenient.”

How to use Estring

Getting comfortable with inserting the Ring

This easy-to-follow video will show you how to insert and remove Estring® (estradiol vaginal ring) 2 mg. It can be done by you or, if you’d prefer, by your doctor.

Download your copy of our insertion and removal guide.

Save on your prescription

Saving on your Estring prescription

With an Estring Co-pay Card, you may be eligible to pay no more than $15* for each of your next 4 Estring prescriptions.

*For eligible patients only. Terms and Conditions apply.