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Putnams 'bony parts' cushion or Putnams 'Dr Huff' cushion - which is best?

Sun Aug 02, 2015 3:17 am by Fielder

Hi everyone,

I'm a newbie.  I live in the UK.  

I'm trying to work out the best cushion to get for my vulvodynia.  I suspect that I could have pudendal nerve involvement (the aching and burning pain is from vagina to clitoris) and I have rectocele and some tailbone pain too.

I have seen some good reports on older threads regarding the Putnams pressure relief cushions....with some ladies …

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In the UK with some questions...

Sat Aug 01, 2015 6:42 am by WaahwaahUK

I was just wondering re: calcium citrate. When I've looked online it seems to say calcium phosphate or carbonate as opposed to citrate. Anyone in the UK shed some light please?
Also, I've just been prescribed Nortryptiline 10mg. Scared to try it but going to give it a shot... I apparently have pudendal nerve inflammation along with incredibly sensitive nerve endings in my vulva and labia …

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Please Help! Only 16.

Sat Aug 15, 2015 12:06 pm by SoHelpless

Hello. Now I am new to this site and reading all these posts really make me want to burst into tears. Two years ago I started to feel a burning sensation down below. I thought it was urinal track infections. I was too scared to even step foot into the doctors then. So about three months ago I visited the doctor and told her all my symptoms. She just gave me some tablets for an infection even …

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How did you find this forum?

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Please state which search engine, forum or directory you found this forum on...fanx!

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Period during vestibulectomy recovery

Tue Jul 14, 2015 10:18 am by Funchik93

Hello to anybody who's reading this!
I'm 21, 16 days ago I had my full vestibulectomy surgery. I'm supposed to have my period soon and I really wanted to hear from women who are past this process - what should I expect? Does it hurt? Do you have any advice on hygiene and stuff like that?
Through this all recovery process I've learned that the most difficult thing for me is dealing with all the …

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Worsening vulvodynia, only 21

Mon Jul 06, 2015 5:05 am by katj21

Hello - bit of a long one. I'm 21, from the UK and was first diagnosed with vulvodynia at 18. I had previously had what I think was something like Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (exhaustion, nausea, muscle pain and skin soreness on and off, worsening over my last 3 years of school but doctors never gave me a diagnosis as I wasn't severe enough). I had this and recurring thrush before my vulvodynia …

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Please help

Wed May 20, 2015 8:21 pm by LadyDi44

Hi, my name is Diana. I am SO grateful to have found this website. Thank you in advance to anybody who takes the time to read and/or respond to my post!

I'm a 19 year old girl who began feeling the effects of Vulvar Vestibulitis (VV) a little over a year ago. I had developed what would end up being a chronic yeast infection due to a change in Oral Contraceptive (OC) -- this alteration in hormone …

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Vulvodynia- What's helping me get better

Mon Jun 22, 2015 3:03 am by Ellen1112

Hi guys, i've been battling with vulvodynia the last 9 months, I am 17 ans it's been a hard journey and i've been following this forum all through this, it was a great help, I loved seeing positive posts, so I decided to make one with the things that are helping my symthoms (burning/irritaed uncomfortable vulva, around urethra and clitoris). I had this first when I was 11, I was so young and I …

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Just diagnosed today: A bit about my case. Information about diagnosis appreciated.

Sat Jul 04, 2015 3:01 am by sweetstarfire

So 15 months ago I went to my gynocologist at the onset of my symptoms.  After a few tests she ended up telling me that I had a bacterial infection and gave me some antibiotics.  Now I have Cystic Fibrosis which is a genetic disease that is treated often with antibiotics so I have resistances to many of them.  She put me on one that whether a placebo effect happened or what I don't know but I …

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New Member about the Neogyn Cream

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New Member about the Neogyn Cream

Post  Aceladi on Tue Nov 01, 2011 3:55 am

I've read recently about the Neogyn Cream and saw a few of you have tried it, but all the posts were in July and August, and I am wondering if it has now made any improvment for the Vestibulitis in the vulva area? I've tried everything, I'm sure... even having a neurostimulator put in for a year and then had it taken out. I am on Neurontin, use Lidocaine 2% as well as 5% when needed. Also, take Percoset if I know I am going to be sitting for a long period of time... only take a half for fear of addiction. Aceladi

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Neogyn.us

Post  florence1009 on Sun Nov 06, 2011 2:37 am

For me it worked out well. I am still using it but only once a week and my life changed completely. I had secondary vestibulodynia for 2 years and you know what it means. It tooks time: I needed about 8 weeks 2 times a day before it really worked. Now I use Neogyn once a week or just after a "hot" "hot" intercourse but my life is back to normal. There are more and more great testimonials about Neogyn, I really think it worth a try!

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Thank you Florence

Post  Aceladi on Sun Nov 06, 2011 3:09 am

To knowthis cream is working is a great help and I appreciate so much your reply as the cream is expensive and the posts I read were older ones. If you know of others that are using this cream I would love to hear there testimonies as well. Thanks again. Millie

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Re: New Member about the Neogyn Cream

Post  Rose86 on Sun Nov 06, 2011 3:55 am

Hi there,

I have also used the cream for more than the recommended period of time, and to be honest it hasn't had a noticeable effect. If it has caused an improvement then it it is very slight, and certainly not enough of an improvement to make me consider having intercourse with no lidocaine!

I'll be interested in reading any further studies published in this area, because reading the one that has already been conducted doesn't seem to have found a significant pain reduction in the participants.

I would order the free trial (if it's still available), and I hope it works for you, but don't pin your hopes on it!

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Just ordered!

Post  Aceladi on Sun Nov 06, 2011 5:35 am

Hi Rose, Guess I jumped too quickly reading some positive responses. I have searched for a few days and don't find there are any 'free' trials left. I don't regret ordering it though as we all have to find out for ourselves I believe, since we are all so different with Vulvodynia. I will post my results on here as I think it is important to have all reviews and comments. Thank you so very much for your reply Smile

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Re: New Member about the Neogyn Cream

Post  florence1009 on Mon Nov 07, 2011 4:41 pm

Millie;
I feel you made the right choice! Be patient: 6 to 8 weeks twice a day. Keep us posted!


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Re: New Member about the Neogyn Cream

Post  Zazu on Wed Nov 16, 2011 12:57 am

Yes, please post your experiences! I have vestibulodynia and generalized vulvodynia, as well as fibromyalgia, and I wonder about a topical cream when the underlying problem isn't dermatological but neuromuscular ... however I've been considering it for the vestibulitis. I know the skin down there has become drier and more easily irritated so maybe it would help even though I'll still need lyrica, naproxen and physio for the underlying issues.

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Update on Neogyn Cream

Post  Aceladi on Sat Jan 14, 2012 4:22 am

I am so sorry to be so long in responding about my experience with the Neogyn Cream. Unfortunately, it did not work for me at all. In fact, it made the irritation much worse after trying just 3 days in a row, I couldn't even attempt to us it anymore. I will say, however, that I sent it back to the company, and they did issue me a full refund. I was very pleased about that. Millie

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