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Osphena™ (ospemifene) is approved to relieve moderate-to-severe painful sexual intercourse due to changes that occur in and around the vagina as a result of menopause. This medicine comes as a tablet that is taken once daily with food.
Because this medication is not suitable for all women, talk to your healthcare provider before using it if you have had a heart attack or stroke. Although most women tolerate the medicine well, side effects are possible and include muscle spasms, hot flushes, and vaginal discharge.
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