LS newly diagnosed, Alternative to dermovate please

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I was officially diagnosed yesterday but have known for 2 weeks. I had thrush also but had pessary treatment and cream for that. After doing my own research i have cut out wheat and sugar (lost 9lbs!) and been using silver sheild gel twice daily. I have no itching at the moment but I am a little fused aroung clitorus and perineum. Does anyone have an alternative cream that will help to unfuse? I am starting a 28 day juice fast with a qualified juice therapist on 1st Feb so hope to have huge improvements to my health with this. (I am 3 stone over weight). Thanks

 

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    Hiya,

    Sorry I dont have an answer for you but just wanted to wish you luck with your juice fast! I would be ever so interested in the results you get. Would you mind posting when you have finished please? Have read lots about people getting great results

    xx

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    Not so easy to say.  I have had success with baking soda baths and rinses.  But I still believe that it is the whole package that made the turn around.  And next to that I should say - LS is forever.  It needs constant maintenance. 
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    MEssage for Snooper. Not sure why your posts have been deleted. Thank you for your private message. I can't reply to your message personally. L-Glutamine is well known to curb sugar cravings and I have found it to be instant relief. I will definately look in getting the book as I believe it will confirm that I think my LS has something to do with a strict Catholic upbringing, shame, guilt etc. so i'm going to work on the emotional side of things too.x
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