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I've tried calendula creme for the first time now and it burns quite a lot - is it suppose to? Did not try the sulphar yet...
zizimcdonald 6 years ago
No it is not supposed to. Stop using it.

Have you gone back to the dr. to get checked to
see if there is still trich going on? bc if there is
none of this is going to get you well. And if you
have an active partner , that person needs to
be treated at the same time or it goes back and forth.The trich is a parasite
that is sexually transmitted and it
causes burning.
[message edited by simone717 on Tue, 19 Mar 2013 19:52:12 GMT]
simone717 6 years ago
After my trich has been cure - 7months back - I didn't had sex again - so it can't be a trich infection..... Can I try Aloe Vera gel or Aqueous creme aswell for the inflamed and burned dry skin?
zizimcdonald 6 years ago
Aloe Vera gel should be fine to use. I am
not familiar with The Aqueous creme.

If it was me Zizi, I would go get checked for this
again-something is not right, bc you are
having the symptoms of it- I would want to
rule out that it really is Gone and does not
show up on tests. It just seems odd.
simone717 6 years ago
Simone,but the doctor told me that's its gone! What are the symptoms? Cause the discharge that I have is normal...
zizimcdonald 6 years ago
Hi zizi,

why don't you email me about this- click my
name and see the email address.
simone717 6 years ago

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