Tea Tree suppositories

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I ordered four packs of the Key E suppositories from USA because they were so much cheaper ( then got walloped with £18 in import duty so no they weren't) and ordered some Tea Tree suppositories at the same time as I had read how these were soothing.  

Tried one yesterday and as expected very tingly but by last night I was dry as a bone, sore and today burning up like crazy so will not be using these again.  Back to the Key E and coconut oil for me

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    Oh sorry to hear about the duty.  If we order anything like that from the States we work out the cheapest way to do it, either enough to make the import charges worth it, or keep it under the customs level if it's feasible.  I hope the problem from the Tea Tree goes quickly - that sounds horrible!
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    I think Tea Tree is a natural antisceptic, isn't it? Do you have bacterial vaginosis?

    Don't think it would be good for atrophic vaginitis. Have you been diagnosed with something specific?

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      Talking of that, has anyone noticed the ad for the new product out for 'self diagnosing' vaginal bacterial infections, done by the 'thrush people'.  Might be useful to someone if they're wondering if they have an infection.
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      Not sure if I have or if it would be available in the US. What is the name of it? I often wonder if my occasional itch is possibly bacterial and not a symptom of the atrophy. I used some E the other night and actually felt more itchy the next day. Has since subsided as it always does, I think I may have read once about PH testers which I think would be helpful. When I was younger I tried vinegar, Betadine, yogurt and an acidic gel my doc gave me. Nothing seemd to work. The PH of semen is so much higher than the vagina's I think that may have been a problem for me. Somethig was definitely off.
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