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I’m 70 years old. For the past 6 years I’ve had vaginal dryness - on and off. I’ve used vagifem and numerous other hormonal creams including compounded creams. Nothing really helps
At my last visit a month ago my urogynocologist told me I have LS. She worded it by saying you have a skin disease. She didn’t show me where I have it and I was so taken aback I didn’t ask her! I check myself regularly and don’t see any white patches. I do have some itchiness
She prescribed clobestol for 6 weeks 2x daily and then tapering off. It’s been 2 weeks and I still have burning and itchiness,though not all day and rarely at night. The doctor didn’t do a biopsy and this has been wondering if I have LS. I go see her again in 2 weeks so I’ll be sure to ask questions. This is very confusing for me. I’m trying to find a dermotologist who specializes in vulvar diseases but it’s been very difficult . Looking at pictures on the internet is scaring me as well. I think when you have bad discomfort in the vagina it really takes a toll on you
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