Anterior Prolapse Repair

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Good Morning Ladies

I have posted before but looking for some further advise.

Previous history 4 weeks ago had an anterior prolapse repair all went great no bleeding after a week no pain. Have had to stop myself  from over doing it as feel so well. No feeling of wanting to bear down and push something out. Have had 6 urine infection over the last year so they put a camera until the bladder all ok  there but the urethra tube is red raw. I  was given 2 weeks antibiotics cefelax and now take 1 every night for a further 3 months to try and help.  I also was given vagifem every day for 2 weeks and now once a week for 3 months. 

Now for the question I feel sooooo dry down below more than ever now. When walking everything is rubbing which in turn is making things more and more uncomfortable.

Have any of you ladies got some welcome advice its like sandpaper down there LOL.

Best wishes


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    Hi--Vagifem should help if used frequently enough. Also, have you tried unrefined, organic coconut oil?  
    • Posted

      Coconut oil is mentioned frequently on another site (Lichen Schlerosus) as an effective lubricant and moisturizer. It's actually one that doesn't alter the healthy environment of the gyno-urinary tract (ph and bacterial balance). Some put it in their refrig or freezer to be able to get out small cubes (which melt at 76 degrees F).  
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      Sandra, you can buy it at the supermarket but I would get it from the health food shop so you can be sure to get an organic one. 
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    Gosh Sadra, I feels so sorry for you.  Hope you can get that fixed up! I am7 weeks postop and have had a urine infection for the past 4 weeks. I don't really notice the urine infection but have noticed I now have quite a sore belly button area and a couple of episodes of vomiting for no reason. Don't know what's going on and don't know if I should be contacting doctor or not. It's all so difficult! 

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