With an estimated 3.8 million breast cancer survivors in the United States, obstetrician–gynecologists often are on the front lines of addressing survivorship issues, including the hypoestrogenic-related adverse effects of cancer therapies or early menopause in survivors (1). Although systemic and vaginal estrogen are used widely for symptomatic relief of genitourinary syndrome of menopause in the general population, among individuals with a history of hormone-sensitive cancer, there is uncertainty about the safety of hormone-based therapy, leading many individuals with bothersome symptoms to remain untreated, with potential negative consequences on quality of life (2). An effective management strategy requires familiarity with a range of both hormonal and nonhormonal treatment options, knowledge about the pharmaceutical mechanisms of action, and the ability to tailor treatment based on individual risk factors. This clinical consensus document was developed using an a priori protocol in conjunction with two authors specializing in urogynecology and gynecologic oncology. This document has been updated to review the safety and efficacy of newer hormonal treatment options as well as nonhormonal modalities.