Vaginal dryness

Personal Lubricant & Vaginal Estradiol Cream 0.01%

Quarterly plan: $73.00 / month

The perfect pair.

For both short and long term treatment, we’ve designed a kit combining an over-the-counter personal lubricant and a prescription cream. For instant relief, you can apply the 2-in-1 all-natural lube and moisturizer daily (or as needed). The vaginal estradiol cream 0.01% is prescription estradiol containing plant-derived estrogen that takes 3-4 weeks to start working. The North American Menopause Society has stated that topical estrogen therapy is an effective treatment and safer than oral estrogen.

Disclaimer: This information isn’t a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. You should never rely upon this article for specific medical advice. If you have any questions or concerns, please talk to your doctor.

Vaginal Estradiol is not suitable for patients with known, suspected or history of breast cancer or other estrogen-sensitive cancers or with blood clotting disorders or abnormal vaginal bleeding. Vaginal estradiol has an FDA boxed warning related to these conditions. Women who might be or are pregnant or breastfeeding should not use vaginal estradiol. To learn more about risks and benefits, including the boxed warning, click for important safety information.

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Personal Lubricant & Vaginal Estradiol Cream 0.01%

Vaginal Estradiol Cream 0.01%

• Helps to relieve the symptoms associated with moderate to severe vaginal dryness such as itching, burning, and irritation
• Estrogen is the oldest and most effective prescription medication for the treatment of vaginal dryness
• North American Menopause Society has stated that topical estrogen therapy is an effective treatment and safer than oral estrogen
• Use the prescribed amount before going to bed

All-natural personal lubricant

• Long-lasting and hypoallergenic
• Water-based and non-hormonal
• Glycerin-free and 100 percent vegan
• Can be used as a daily moisturizer
• Safe for use with condoms, toys, or water play
• Patients allergic to the ingredients in the Rory personal lubricant should not use the lubricant
• The lubricant is formulated for people with sensitive skin and is hypoallergenic and non-toxic, but there is always a potential for allergic reaction

Dr. Schwartz, Rory Medical Advisor

Dr. Schwartz explains why lube is your friend and how to introduce it in the bedroom.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is vaginal estradiol?

Vaginal Estradiol 0.01% is a prescription cream containing plant-derived estrogen that is FDA-approved to treat the symptoms of vulvar and vaginal atrophy associated with menopause, including moderate to severe vaginal dryness (e.g., itching and burning)

Vaginal estradiol cream is not appropriate for everyone. To learn more about who should not use vaginal estradiol cream and the side effects that it may cause, including the boxed warning regarding endometrial cancer, cardiac events, and dementia, please see the FAQ below regarding side effects and the important safety information for vaginal estradiol cream.

How do I use vaginal estradiol?

Vaginal estradiol is a cream that comes with a calibrated applicator that has markings for 1, 2, 3 or 4 grams. Use the applicator to apply the prescribed amount of cream into the vagina. To minimize leakage of the cream, apply the medication at night before going to bed. Always follow your physician’s instructions. If you have any questions about your medication, please contact your Rory-affiliated provider on your My Ro account.

What is a personal lubricant?

Personal lubricants reduce friction during sex and, for women with vaginal dryness, this can make sex more enjoyable.

How do I use personal lubricant?

A quarter-sized amount of lubricant can be applied directly to your vagina or partner before sexual intercourse. It can also be applied directly on toys. More can be applied as needed to allow for enough slip for comfortable penetration. The personal lubricant available through Rory can also be used as a daily vaginal moisturizer by applying it directly to the outer vaginal area.