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Vaginal/Vulva Itching

I am 60 years old. About 2 months ago had the bladder taping surgery for incontinence - great results. I had a bacterial infection before and after surgery, UTI after and vaginitis. The gynecologist said my uterus was red and iritated plus the outside vaginal area. I have been treated with every prescription cream (steriod, nystatin, etc) and pill. The worst was Premarin cream, inserting 1-2 gms inside and using lots on the outside. I am certain I'm allergic to something in Premarin as I stopped it and I've begun to clear up, however the itch continues. Also, I have cramps like during a period (which I haven't had in 15 years), plus I am spotting reddish brown blood. This discharge irritates the skin more now. I'm at my wits end with prescription medicine and would like to try homeopathic medicine. Hoping someone can pinpoint me to some result. I suffer from vaginal dryness and the skin down there is so fragile and thin. My husband has given me up for 'dead' when it comes to sex. I don't have it as it hurts like the devil. I look for any help.

Thanks, decoartist
  decoartist on 2008-01-27
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
lycopodium 30c twice daily for five days j k mohla
akshaymohl last decade
Thank you akshaymohl.

I would like to just add that I am lactose intolerant, have IBS and suffer from migraines.
I've read about lycopodium - interesting that my cramping is on my right side!

decoartist last decade
Lycopodium will take care of everything.
girilal last decade
the peculiar symptom of 'spotting' in old ladies is only covered by few remedies like calc, sepia and lachesis.

considering the other symptoms, i would suggest SEPIA 200C one dose every morning for a week.

if it doesnt work, you can go for CALC 200C.
rishimba last decade

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