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  1. Aschenbrenner, Diane S. MS, RN


* Prasterone vaginal insert, known by the trade name Intrarosa, is now approved to treat moderate-to-severe pain experienced by postmenopausal women during sexual intercourse. The drug is inserted daily at bedtime.


* The most common adverse effects of prasterone are vaginal discharge and Pap smear changes.