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So good to find alternative methods are helping you improve LS.
Question: What I gather is that HP and saline, baking soda, apple cider vinegar and tea tree oil are all disinfectants. It looks like any of these would be helpful. I have been thinking about using one of these for a while but I haven't had to courage to try them yet because of the sensitivity of the skin. I can imagine unbearable burning reaction from any of them.
All of your specific and detailed experiences will be most appreciated.
Recently, I had a red wine spill on my rug. I used salt + water to blot it up. I was told that HP or white wine or vinegar (any product that foams) can be used to pull the resin out of the fabric. Somehow, there is relevance in how these solvents work on the fabric and how it could also apply to the sensitivity of the vaginal skin.
It just seems so abrasive to use cleaning material for LS - yet, there is wisdom in it. Anybody has an opinion of which of the above is better/worse than another?
Personally, simply applying olive oil on the vagina prior to peeing is already a noticeable improvement when the skin is acting up.
Very grateful for this website and the intelligent, committed participants.
I am happy to have went off clobestasol for about 10 months since it just did not feel comfortable and it was not helping the condition. Thanks.
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