:confused: For 4 years I have had a white, waxy discharge that varies from a little to alot. The discharge is excreted directly from the skin of my vagina and vulva. When the discharge is high, I loose elasticity, smoothness, lubrication and become irritated- all resulting in painful sex and general irritation during walking, when it is real bad it keeps me awake at night. I have seen 5 doctors and 2 gynaecologists. The closest diagnosis I have had is vulvadynia, but I can see a direct correlation between the discharge and my symptoms, yet my reading on the subject and the diagnosing doctor all disregard any link. I have tried so many things including calcium supplements, eostrogen cream, avoidance of alcohol and chocolate, french knickers, no panty-liners, varied birth control, testosterone patches, you name it. The discharge follows a 24 hour cycle, being highest and night and lowest in the morning. When it is real bad, the inside of my vagina is rough, like terry towelling. It usually ceases during menstruation, but I have seen the excretion on my vulva while wearing a tampon which is:confused: how I realised it was coming directly out of the skin and not from my uterus for example. Surely there are other women with these symptoms, please help.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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