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I was diagnosed with Vulvodynia at 13 years old.

Wed Jul 06, 2016 8:29 am by spencerlily

My name is Spencer Lily Hastings, and I am 13 years old. I was diagnosed with Vulvodynia about 6 months ago, but have been feeling intense pain since I was about 9 or 10. My condition is pretty bad I suppose. I feel intense pain sometimes without even wearing tight under wear or pants. Mainly I feel pain when I wear shorts or pants with high seams, or any normal underwear. I am unable to wear …

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Surgery Failure :(

Thu Oct 24, 2013 10:35 pm by vetinprep

Hi
I joined this forum because I've been feeling really isolated and alone while slogging through a vestibulectomy recovery-hoping to talk to some people who understand!
I'm 28-I was diagnosed with vulvodynia and provoked vestibulitis last year-although I've probably had it forever I just hadn't tried intercourse before haha.
I ended up having a vestibulectomy exactly three months ago and I can't …

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13 years of vulvar pain, just starting to address it

Sun Jun 19, 2016 5:27 pm by NOluckduck

Hi everyone just thought I would introduce myself. I have read some of your stories and I can relate quite a lot - though I wouldn't wish this on anyone I am glad that I'm not alone, so thank you for posting. I live in Canada and was diagnosed with vulvar vestibuladyina this year. I have had vulvar pain since I was about 23 or 24 years old (I'm now 37). I first noticed it when I developed painful …

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Very very long introduction (new and miserable)

Wed May 25, 2016 6:45 am by Haze

Okay... I set out keep this as short as possible but boy, it's hard to condense 4+ years of pain. I've got an appointment tomorrow and am losing my mind. Any advice or ideas would be seriously appreciated if anybody can bear to read through.

Female, 25 years old, living the UK.

Pain begins January 2012, about an hour into intercourse with the SO. A "honey, I'm getting sore, can we take a …

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Has anyone tried this?

Sun Jun 05, 2016 12:42 am by MelisaD

I'm at the point where I'm getting pretty desperate. Has anyone tried this? Is it a scam?
http://www.emuaid.com/vulvodynia-solution?gclid=CN_bxqLTj80CFUlxvAodwYcOFw

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Do you ever worry that you're making it up?

Fri May 27, 2016 6:50 am by Lucci

Hello,

I was diagnosed with Vaginismus and Vulvar Vestibulitis 10 years ago. I was 18 and scared and moving across the country for college, but luckily was able to find a doctor who specialized in 'Women's Health' who immediately put me into physical therapy. Long story short, I've been in and out of the system ever since.

A few years into treatment, I had the diagnosis of PTSD added on for …

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What on earth is wrong with my hoo-hah?

Tue May 24, 2016 12:16 am by tensetensetense

Hi all
Will try to be brief. 40s female, 15 years married, childless by choice.  Sorry if TMI!

My entire life sex has been tight. Painful. I can't relax. Same with pelvic exams.  Tampons? Hell no.  No sexual trauma in my past and I am sex-positive, comfortable with my body.

My husband is normal size. Very patient.  The reason it has taken a back seat is that we have an otherwise nice …

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ALMOST CURED....

Fri May 20, 2016 2:22 pm by mac2011

Hi,

I've just joined today. I was finally diagnosed with Vulvodynia a few months back, after I'd had it for over a year. A year and a half later I feel I am 99% cured. I just want to say that it can get better because for long time I didn't believe that.

I sympathise with anyone going through this because it's hard to discuss with anyone as it's such a sensitive topic. These forums were the …

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My vulva feels bruised is this Volvodynia? Just started when I stopped Vagifem

Mon May 23, 2016 8:28 pm by emmasmudge

I have an appointment on June 3rd. I was on vagifem suppositories for vaginal dryness. Could not tolerate the vagifem as it was causing me serious itching in my bits. I stayed on it 5 weeks. As soon as I stopped taking it, my vulva became sore. Just on the lower right side (just outside the vaginal opening). It's been sore for 4 weeks. Seems a bit better than to start with. There is …

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Post  Joolibee on Wed Aug 10, 2011 10:58 am

I have received an e-mail from the Chairman / CEO of Neogyn in Switzerland. He obviously thinks I am French and has written to me in French, so I have not yet managed to translate all of the message. However, the gist of it is that he doesn't understand why I was charged 33 euros. He calculates that the tax should have been 19% of the cost of the product, therefore the equivalent of $18.62. I don't know exactly how much that would be in euros, but it would certainly be much less than 33 euros. He has asked me to send him the tax documents.
He seems to be saying that it is not yet possible to register Neogyn in Europe, but I need time to translate the rest of the e-mail.
It would only be polite for me to reply in French, as I don't know how well he speaks English, so I will need to allow some time to construct my reply, as my French is far from fluent.
Anyway, I am heartened to have received such a prompt reply and from the CEO. It does at least indicate that they care about their customers.
I will keep you posted.

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Post  Sarah001 on Wed Aug 10, 2011 11:20 am

Well that's good Joolibee, at least they bothered to reply. I'm in a situation where as much as I would agree with Ria that I would pay anything to have this gone it's really about what I can actually afford and taxes on top of the cream would make it completely out of my price range even if it's a wonder cream. Since I got V I've spent a fortune I couldn't really afford to on ointments, oils, supplements and physio, but my money was all eaten up previously trying to find someone to stabilise my pelvic joints so I haven't got any savings left after all that to draw on now. I'm not sure about the product too because anything in a cream base usually makes me alot worse so I'll just hang around awaiting results before I look at it again!

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hows it working so far

Post  Melissa777 on Fri Aug 19, 2011 10:12 pm

any noticeable improvements yet?

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Post  ria on Fri Aug 19, 2011 10:53 pm

Using the cream twice a day no stinging or burning with it. Did we find out what the ingredients are? I think we have to give it at least 8 weeks to see if any difference.


The money we have all payed out is so annoying,and all of us are still not getting the answers and help we need. I feel the ladies on here who have experince over the years with V like myself pretty much heal themselves with whatever we can.

You would die laughing if I told you some of the whacky things I have done to get rid of this.


So at the moment still using the cream, biofeedback, estradiol with emu oil, Gabapentin.

Take care all xx Smile

















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Post  Rose86 on Sun Aug 28, 2011 8:45 am

Hi!

I've been using the cream for 3 weeks now and I haven't noticed any difference yet. As for the actual cream, I wouldn't exactly say it's easily absorbed so it takes a while to rub it in, are you finding this? Not really a problem though, as long as i'm actually getting enough on there. So I haven't noticed any improvement yet, but I will try it for the full 8 weeks. I know it takes a while for the creation of new dermal cells, so i'm not writing it off. I'm not using any other treatments at the moment so if it works i'll be able to say it was the cream and not something else.

Hope it's going ok for you!

Rose x

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Post  Sarah001 on Sun Aug 28, 2011 1:07 pm

Hi, just remembered about this thread! Embarassed The pharmacist I sent the list of ingredients to said it was fairly standard cosmetics cream kind of stuff except one or two which she would be careful with applying to a delicate area like the vulva, the main one that concerned her a bit was Ceteareth-12 which apparently makes it easier for the skin to absorb chemicals and there's speculation it might be linked to breast cancer but it hasn't been definitely proved without doubt. That's about all she said, she wasn't sure it would help with V but understood we all try anything we can and was interested in the outcome. So that didn't get me far! I might show the list to my sister-in-law who works in the cosmetic industry and see what she thinks. I'll get back to you all if I remember to do this! Embarassed

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Post  Rose86 on Sun Aug 28, 2011 3:12 pm

Hi Sarah,

Yeah i've also checked the ingredients. They are all frequently used in cosmetics, apart from cutaneous lysate, which is a fairly new creation developed for wound healing. It's the ingredient that causes the creation of new dermal cells. As for Ceteareth-12, it is used in cosmetics too. With regard to the cancer link, so many things are that i'm not particularly concerned! I mean estrogen cream is too, and so many of us ladies on here use that! I'll keep you posted if there is or isn't an improvement after 8 weeks though.

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Post  jules on Mon Sep 05, 2011 4:12 pm

Hey ladies, I haven't been on for a couple of months. I ordered the NeoGyn awhile back. I live in the US., so i only had to pay for shipping which was only 5.00 dollars. Like Sebby and probably most of you, i have spent tons of money on this damn disorder! I used this cream a few times and noticed an increase in burning. Anything that says "cream" is going to burn for those who have very sensitive skin on their vulva. I stopped using it immediately. I'll be interested to see if it helps any of you. Do any of you use Lidocaine 5% ointment? I just got a prescription for this. One of the expert docs believes that women w/ V should use the Lidocaine 5% every night before bed. it may break the cycle of pain. I can really only tolerate it twice a day. but, it completely erases the pain for a good 1-2 hours. ahhhh, relief! Good luck ladies, let me know how the NeoGyn works out. Sorry you had to pay so much for it!

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Post  Rose86 on Mon Sep 05, 2011 5:53 pm

Hi Jules,

Yeah I have used the lidocaine 5% nightly as suggested in the research study that investigated it. Unfortunately, it didn't help me. It did numb things obviously, but then once it wore off it would be the same level of pain. The constant moist feeling at night made things a bit itchy during the daytime too! The research suggests using it every night for 7 weeks on a cotton ball, and also applying it liberally in the mornings I think. As I said I didn't notice a difference, but it may help you! Do you have generalised or localised V though? I have localised. I've been using the Neogyn for 4 weeks now and still no change. I haven't noticed any burning, but no improvement either. I'll keep going for the full 8 weeks though just in case it hasn't had time to take effect yet.

Rose x

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Post  Melissa777 on Sun Oct 02, 2011 9:58 pm

so has anyone using neogyn notice any improvement or ill effects?

I only used it for a few weeks and noticed nothing at all

a few ladies on another msg board said neogyn irritated them

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Post  florence1009 on Tue Oct 04, 2011 9:11 am

Neogyn changed my life! So I can understand it doesn't work for everybody but it really made a huge difference for me. Ria seemed also happy with it... And the clinical results are there: see vulvodyniatreatment.com! My OB told me they just started a huge multicentric study in the US and he seems comfortable with the potential results...
I also checked their Scientific Advisory Board on their web site neogyn.us: it is also very impressing.
finally have a look at the VNR on youtube where Dr. Goldstein speacks about vulvodynia and neogyn.
We have something there ladies! It seems also working on Lichen Scelorosus see: slideshare.net/Neogyn/goldstein-issvd-2011
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Post  Rose86 on Tue Oct 04, 2011 9:50 am

Hi Melissa,

I've been using the cream for 8 weeks now. At the moment i'm having a slight flare up (due being just before my period and having recently started using dilators again), so I can't say whether there has been an improvement. I'll use it for another 4 weeks and see. It definitely hasn't been a cure. But looking at the study stats, no patients were cured by it, in fact although there was a statistically 'significant' improvement, it was minimal. I didn't have any irritation though, and if anything by using the cream 3 times a day i've become a lot more comfortable using my fingers in that area, so that can't be a bad thing. But the jury is still out as to whether there has been an improvement, but it definitely hasn't made anything worse.

Melissa, can I ask what other message board women are discussing neogyn on? I'd be interested to read others' experiences of it.

Thanks!

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Post  Sarah001 on Tue Oct 04, 2011 6:43 pm

I'm glad you girls are keeping us updated about neogyn, I decided to give it a miss as like jules any cream seems to make me worse, I also thought somewhere it said neogyn was aimed at women with lichen sclerosus so it would help women whoes V is skin condition based but not those with other causes. Keep giving us the info girls.

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Post  BpCookie on Tue Feb 07, 2012 4:18 pm

Hello Ladies, I bought a tube of Neogyn and used it twice a day for about 2 and a half months now but I have not seen any improvement. I also bought Emu oil and used that for over a month and that didnt help either. I dont want to discourage anyone. It may work for some ppl, which is great.

I have also used a number of different types of suppositories that were supposed to sooth the area and those failed. Tried Amatryptyline (sp) tablets and Gabbapentin tablets but they failed too. Was given Lidocaine ointment but that was another failure. Bought something called terrasil but it failed like the others. Then I started experimenting with every oil that I could think of but nothing seemed to help. Ive used Clobetasol for a year now and although I tell the Dr.s that its not working, they all insist that its the best thing for it. *rolling eyes*. All day and all night long I use A and D ointment and thats the only thing that keeps me from going absolutely crazy. Im still on the look out for that fix-it-all magic treatment. Good luck to you all and I hope you find relief soon.

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Post  vyoleta on Sun Jun 02, 2013 10:54 pm

Hy everyone,

I wish to buy neogyn cream and i saw on the website that they don't have shipping for Europe. Please do anyone knowa from where i can buy it?

i saw that some of you tried the neogyn cream and you are happy with it and i hope it will work for me to.... i have vulvodynia for 7 years a had a 4 years relationship which ended because of this probleme Crying or Very sad but i think you all know that.

i don't have the power to tell you how depressive i am because of vulvodynia i actually think sometimes that i will never get better:(. Still i want to try neogyn....maybe......i don't know.... i just hope

Please help me with an answer.
Big hugs for you all>Very Happy<

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