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Hi All. I was diagnosed last October (2017) after 12 months of misdiagnosed thrush and post hysterectomy vaginitis. I had to change my GP appointment at the last minute and the other Dr recognised it immediately ! She said it was an unpleasant diagnosis but at least she could offer some treatment, unlike the previous (mistaken) condition. I was given Mometasone... the relief was instant...
I have still to try some of the tips on here eg. bicarbonate and borax but I'm getting on it.
My tip is... urinating standing up !! I have perfected the technique by accident really, I used a SheWee occasionally over some years and got it out again after 'the news' ... After a month or so I decided to try it without and found it was a more reliable method. It prevents the urine from dribbling all over the 'undercarriage' and less wiping is involved. METHOD: Stand facing the bowl, legs slightly apart. Lean forward on to your elbows or just bend them, if easier, against the facing wall... and let go !! If you have a husband or partner around you could pick some tips from them.
Give it a go... works for me !
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