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re vaginal tear

This in in reply to loulou667 from last year. Apologies if you have already found a cure but I am a first timer to this site so stick with me!
Since having my first son 7 years ago I developed the 'paper cut problem' which meant having sex was very very painful. After trying many different creams my gynie gave me some cream called Trimovate which did the trick. I uses it twice daily for a week and then sex doesn't hurt and I don't get the tears. Unfortunatly, I have to use the cream on a regular basis as the paper cut problem comes back no and again but this could be because I have 4 children and have always breastfed until each baby has reached 12 months.
The problem I have is that I now live in Saudi Arabia and I can't get hold of the cream until I go back to the UK for a holiday.
Does anyone know an online pharmacy that stocks Trimovate (Glaxo)and will deliver worldwide?
 
  Tracy68 on 2006-03-14
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
try homoeopathy Sepia 200 daiy one dose will cure your problem. write detail if you want to cure
dr.deoshlok sharma
 
deoshlok last decade
Many thanks for a swift reply Dr Deoshlok Sharma.
Should I buy granuals, liquid or ointment?
 
Tracy68 last decade
you can buy ganuals or liquid if granuals take 4-5 pills if liquid then 2 drops twice in a day
dr.deoshlok sharma
 
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