The only non-estrogen, oral
treatment for moderate to severe
painful intercourse due to menopause
that actually improves certain physical changes of the vagina (including superficial and parabasal cells, and vaginal pH).
Lubricants can’t do that.
Questions about taking Osphena?
We’ve got answers.
How should I take Osphena?
Once a day, every day, with food.
What if I miss a day?
Take your next regularly scheduled pill. Do not take two pills.
When can I expect results?
In clinical studies, most women reported relief of moderate to severe painful intercourse due to menopause by Week 12. Certain vaginal changes that are common due to menopause were also improved.
Can I use Osphena with a lubricant?
Yes. Howewer, in clinical studies, fewer woman on Osphena were using lubricant by week 12.