Good luck Beverly. Maybe discuss with your gyn other forms like the ring or vag pill, I understand cream can have more estrogen absorbed into the blood. Someone posted using Vagifem which is the pill form and said it took a year to really work. Perhaps that is a choice if you start now you can prevent problems down the road. I totally understand the concern for cancer. Some Google searches give ideas for that. Here is the Mayo Clinic that may be helpful: http:///diseases-conditions/vaginal-atrophy/basics/causes/con-20025768
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