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What is Osphena?

Jennifer Ashton, MD
OBGYN (Obstetrics & Gynecology)

Osphena is an FDA-approved medication to treat post-menopausal, painful intercourse caused by low estrogen in the vaginal tissues; it works locally in the vaginal area to provide relief. Watch OB/GYN Jennifer Ashton, MD, explain how Osphena works.


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