I have an inflamed and swollen uretha, any suggestions please. It is uncomfortable to sit...

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I had a medical person use a metal speculum on me forgetting I had LS, she caused severe pain and bleeding. When I checked myself I now see an inflamed and swollen uretha and also to the surrounding area. I am going to the bathroom constantly. Anyone know what is happening with this and it there anything I can use possibly to calm this down up there. Still using the Clob, but it is going on many weeks now...help please...yes, I am spraying and putting on a barrier but not that far back/up. I can feel this when I sit and certainly when I walk...

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    So tell you fix sounds like more of infection than ls, but when one thing is inflamed everthing seems to flare up. If the la had flared up to i have had great luck with the Olive oil mixed with lavendar oil and frakenscence oil. I saw a post here when I had a chronic flare going on and with a week of use so much better. I think my body had gotten use to the clob, but the Olive oil cleared up the "plaques" and now the glob once a week is helping maintain the good skin. I hope you find some relief soon.

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      Sorry, I know it is hard to deal with especially if it hurts all the time. Have you tried vagisil and or ice for some temporary relief?
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      Hi Beth, I am convinced it is the Clobetasol, since stopping it the symptoms have pretty much resolved... Still cant walk far without the irritation wanting to start...
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