Sat Apr 18, 2015 6:15 am by Redhead23
I'm at a stage in my life where my vulva pain has completely taken over. I'm depressed and even suicidal and after crying a ton today, decided to look for support.
I'm from the UK, I'm 31 and I've suffered with pain, burning and stinging of the vulva, clitoris and vestibule for 12years after a yeast infection and a bladder infection.
I've struggled over the last decade trying to …
Sat Mar 21, 2015 2:48 am by mtaylor18
Thu Apr 09, 2015 11:06 am by amh521
After 7 months of stinging and itching, I had a vulvar biopsy last week. It hurt a LOT …
Sun Apr 12, 2015 2:43 am by FallingSlowly
I've been suffering for a year and a half now, with no luck whatsoever on coming closer to a diagnosis. None of the 6 doctors (3 gyns, 2 gps, 1 infectious …
Sun Apr 05, 2015 3:42 pm by nola218
I feel like an expert on the subject of Vulvodynia. So much so, that I have had doctors admit to me that I know more about it than them. I'm sure a lot of you have seen this. So little is know about this in the medical world that it can become very frustrating to find answers.
I'm 30 years old. Ever since I lost my virginity at the age of 17, I have had vaginal …
Tue Mar 31, 2015 7:15 pm by haybay
Wed Apr 01, 2015 7:25 am by stewie
I just joined the forum today and I wanted to ask people who have been through this for a while if there is anything specific I should ask about or request during my office visit? I have 100% vulvodynia symptoms. I've had them for 5 months and its painful and depressing. I've read a lot of blogs and every time I learn a little more but it seems like different things work for different …
Fri Mar 27, 2015 12:59 pm by srslyskwrrly
I am so glad to find a supportive online forum for those of us with Vulvodynia! I was diagnosed with Vulvar Vestibulitis about 14 years ago and back then there just wasn't much information to be found about Vulvodynia issues. Today I am glad to see more medical research is being devoted to it and far more information is available online. Moreover, it is a comfort to now be able …
Sat Dec 27, 2014 1:59 pm by abbey5531
I have been struggling with my diagnosis of vulvodynia since February of this year, but problems have been going on for a long time. I was on the pill after I lost my virginity due to a pregnancy scare when I was about to turn 19, which was over two years ago now, and since then I have experienced pain while having sex. My boyfriend at the time and I ended up breaking up, and I …
I am suffering vulvodynia since years and my OB suggested to try Neogyn... www.neogyn.us
They have a "try it for free" programm ongoing...So I will try it and let you know!!!
PS: They made a clinical study in Belgium with promising results: I found the results on vulvodyniatreatment.com
I have never heard of it. I am a bit skeptical of a cream that I couldnt get on prescription from my doctor and that is being sold for profit. Then again I really dont know if it works?
Before using it take the list of ingrediennts to your doctor and pharmicist to check it out
I am far to scared now to use anything but natural products such as coconut oil down there!
If it does help then deff let us know
Wishing you luck
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The ingrediensts are interesting. They say it is a mix of some proteins and growth factors. They claim it makes the skin arround the vulva thicker...
I'll keep you posted!
Please be careful there is alcohol in the ingredients. I hope it works, but I had a lot of problems with creams from the Doctors Trimovate, Yeast creams just made my Vulva skin red sore and swollen. I hope the cream works but so afraid of the pain and discomfort I went through at the beginning using all creams prescribed. Howard Glazer told me to put nothing on the vulva you could not eat olive oil natural products ect.........
So if you reject sensionalism, it seems pretty solid science.