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Red incredibly Sore, not thrush/BV/Trich, please help me anyone!!

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • August 25, 2007
  • 10:38 PM

hello there, thank you for reading this, i really do appreciate it. I'm 18 and i've had this problem for the past 2 years and i'm beginning to suffer some serious bouts of depression as a result of the ongoing mystery of it.
Two years ago i found a fleshy sore on the right side of my labia, near my vaginal opening, i had never had sex or done anything sexual so it was a bit of a shock, i went to the GUM clinic who then sent me to a dermatologist who then sent me to a gynacologist to no avail, i then went back to my GP who then sent me back to a dermatologist, again, to no avail.
Over the course of the two years, my condition has deteriorated, surrounding the opening of my vagina are very red patches with the occasional open sore and swelling, i have white discharge that is extremely acidic and i'm in alot of pain.
I recently was tested again for Thrush, BV, Trich, herpes, syphillis, gonorreah and clamydia to which all were negative.
I've been on all sorts of medication, steroids, ampitryptamine tablets, lindocain to try and numb the area but lasts for all of 4 minutes before coming back with a vegence.

I'm at a complete loss, if anyone has any ideas,or any similar experience, i dont think i can actually describe how grateful i would be to hear from you. thanks again,
Elle xx

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  • Maybe you are extremely sensitive to the soap you are using and the detergent in your clothes. Go organic on both and see if it helps. I would also suggest a shower filter to filter out the clorine; that may be a cause, too. I would shower and not bathe.
    Monsterlove 2,921 Replies
    • August 29, 2007
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