Vitamin C results

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I've replied a couple of times, previously reporting that the Vitamin C worked - or seemed to. This past weekend my boyfriend came over (we were long distance, so haven't seen him in 3 weeks that I have been dealing with this) - and not only did a really fishy odor appear (and ruined my state of mind) but we had sex and it really started to hurt (having to stop). 

The smell has returned, the pain is new. I have recently been tested for STI's and have a clean bill of health in that respect.

I've tried many days with Vitamin C, have been taking mountains of high quality (and expensive) vitamins (all the ones listed on this forum) did the garlic, pro biotics, yogurt, cider vinegar, salt soak and tea tree oil.

The only thing I haven't tried is boric acid (kinda scared to be honest) and anti biotics. 

I think I have to do the anti biotics and just wipe the canvas clear.

Also - my boyfriend and I decided to break up. Maybe that will clear it up.

 

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    What color and consistency was your discharge after you did the Vitamin C in the vagina and had sex?
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      Hi rachel73342, it turned an orang-ish colour - I was inserted a capsule 500mg that has rosehip. The odor changes - it was fishy when I was going to have sex the second time. The first time - it was hard to explain - earthy/amonia - very hard to define but even my boyfriend knew. It was rather mortifying even though I thought I would be ok if we discussed it. 

      The discharge was light, but present going to the washroom - the deep undescribable odor has remained. I am using boric acid tonight as a last attempt before anti biotics.

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      Trust me you be glad you did I to have the same problems with condoms and everything else. boric acid did the trick. I think its more like an allergic reaction almost.  I use them after being intimate and after my cycle and have had no more problems. let me know how it goes!

       

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      One more assurance - I just bought the powder and am researching how to prepare my own capsule/suppositories (turns out in Canada a prescription is necessary to have them made but I did find the powder at a 'compound pharmacy')

      Will the boric acid burn?

      Thank you!

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      no i noticed no buring ever. they are very easy to make. look on youtube there is a video of a woman and her husband making them. when the capsule melts you will have a little gush so you may wanna wear a panty liner.
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      I really value you taking the time to respond. For the group I will post in a couple of days. 

      I made Boric Acid 00 sized capsules - I also made capsules of a mix of coconut oil and probiotic to replenish if I feel dry.

      Cheers! Here's hoping it works!

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      I used one capsule that evening - it had a flush as anticipated. The smell is far less significant - however - the other symptoms have been horrible. The initial wet/burny feeling popped up. I woke up in the middle of the night because my outer labia were raw and sore. The tissues feel like they've almost split (they haven't, but are close). The only thing that brought some relief was a bit of tea tree oil topically - but I'm starting to feel that using that too often is hard on the delicate tissues. 

      I started my meditation and gentle yoga/body rolling practice again last night - and that brought relief. I felt like the energy in my pelvis actually started to move. It helped me dilute a bit of these negative feelings I'm having with the region.

      In any case, I am heading to the doctor to pick up oral antibiotics and a topical treatment because perhaps I've tried too much over the last month - but I need relief. 

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