Anyone heard of Neu Eve?

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Forgive me if this has been discussed before, couldn't find anything - I'm looking at this online and it has miraculous reviews. lol -- has anyone ever tried this for atrophy?  Thanks

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    I had a look at the ingredients and it looks like a blend of natural oils and vit E. If it is costly I'd just use my own natural oils. Which is what I do - I apply coconut oil internally and externally after every visit to the toilet and vit e oil once a day. Before I go to bed I insert a key e pessary which is made of palm oil, coconut oil and vit e. Yes oil based lub and their oil based lube in vaginal applicators is also good. I don't think neu eve is anything radically different. I found using natural oils helped for a few years but in the end it wasn't enough and my vagina became to dry and sex painful so I finally gave into using oestrogen cream.

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      Thanks for your quick reply -- I did coconut oil for a while, it didn't seem to do much, and I have vit E pills, which I planned to do prior to intercourse, but ..  we haven't had any for a long time, so now I think my problems are worse due to lack of use.  So I'm just like at this desperate point. I did buy some Neu Eve so I'll try it.  Wish me luck. lol

      How was the estrogen cream -- was it a compound? I may try that next time, my NP prescribed me some but I wish she'd told me the cost was prohibitive because when I got to the drug store I flipped out at the cost and didn't buy it.  

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    Yes, one of the best things they recommend for ensuring that intercourse doesn't become painful is to continue doing it. It increases blood flow to the area, thereby keeping the vaginal wall cells healthy, keeps the skin stretched and makes us produce more of our own natural lubrication. I forgot to say that I also did this (with tonnes of Yes oil based lubricant because water based lube stung me). I was quite insistent on it, sometimes much to to annoyance of my husband who might have felt too tired or unwell. I said to him "use it or loose it!", not very romantic, I know but true! I even seduced him when he had pneumonia, poor guy! And if he really can't then just masturbate. That and the natural oils kept me going for a few years. I also take Sea Buckthorn oil which has been shown, in a very good scientific study, to improve the condition of the cells in the vaginal wall comparable to HRT and is considered a viable alternative for women who cannot use HRT. They measured the thickness of the lining of the vagin and showed that taking 3g a day (orally) improved the thickness. You have to take 3g a day (more than it says on the tablet container). I take it in a divided dose of 3x500mg morning and evening. However, it doesn't improve the amount of natural lubrication. I became very dry which I think caused that "catching" feeling during intercourse even with loads of lube, hence me finally giving into using oestrogen cream (ovestin). However I was never in pain on a daily basis, just during intercourse.

    if you, or rather your vagina, is out of practice with intercourse all is not lost. I had vulvodynia for 1.5 years four years ago and was unable to have any penetrative sex during that time. After I was better I had to retrain my vagina to accept a penis without clamping down in anticipation of pain (and thereby causing greater pain). I needed to be comfortable with being penetrated and needed to be stretched. I used vaginal dilators (a set of plastic dildos of different sizes) - you start with the smallest and once you are comfortable with that you go to the next size up and so on. You don't masturbate with them (although you can if you want to!) you just get comfortable with inserting them. Oestrogen cream improves the elasticity of the vagina too so using that at the same time helps. In the mean time, there are other things you and your hubby can do to keep the blood flowing to that area and keep it naturally lubricated. Orgasm is a good vaginal wall strengthening exercise!

    I get the Ovestin on prescription. I live in the UK.

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    I got the Neu Eve last evening and tried it and it seems ok so far, we'll see if I have discomfort today just sitting at work - it seems much less runny than vit E suppositories and all seems well, hope to keep at it and maybe.. someday.... wooo hooo again.  lol!  Thanks for your communication.

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      I do hope you get some woo hoo again soon! What's life without a bit of woo hoo! Remember, you may need to retrain yourself to accept a penis without expecting pain and to get it more stretchy again. I recommend a book call seven steps to pain free sex by Claudia Amherd. It helped me get my vagina penetration ready! Have you tried the sea buckthorn oil? While your neu eve is working on your vaginal wall from the outside, as it were, the sea buckthorn will work on it from the inside, providing nourishment from the blood. It is actually the omega 7 which helps the health of mucus membranes and I think that is only found in sea buckthorn oil.

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    I notice you wrote "sitting at work". Sitting really aggravated the pain for me. Any pressure on there aggravated it. Luckily I work mainly from home on the computer. At first I would kneel on my chair, but that made me loose feeling in my feet. Then I managed to buy a ring shaped cushion (like a bug bagel) made for women post birth who gave discomfort from sitting due to scarring / stitches. I still sit on the to work and drive the car. When I had to got to meetings I would sit lob sided on in bum cheek with the leg in the other side tucked under me, swapping sides ever now and then, watching tv at home I would just slump down in the sofa or tuck my legs up to one side. On trains I'd stand. I made sure never to sit so that there was pressure on my perineum. That said, I am pretty skinny and only gave a small bum. Perhaps someone with more padding wouldn't have that problem.

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