Xteme vagina itch. No doctor can diagnose . Not infection

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I have extreme vagina itching for 2 years. Torture. Been tested for everything at 8 kinds of doctors. I am taking different meds for 23 years and never had adverse effects. Done all kinds of baths, accupuncture, checked for Candida, atrophy , yeast...EVERYTHING 

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    Hi Ay vee.  You said you have tried everything, have you looked at diet?  I had four years of the same symptoms, doctors, everything.  Eventually I came down with gastoenteritis and couldn't eat solids for a week.  And my symptoms cleared up entirely, so that gave me the clue as to what the problem was.  As I started to reintroduce solids, I did it very slowly, one food at a time.  And when I had some mashed potato the symptoms all came back.  The same with tomatoes.  These two plant foods are related, they belong to the solanacae group, and include potatoes, tomatoes, eggplant, chilli, bell peppers/capsicum, tobacco, paprika.  Whenever I eat any of these foods I get the itching and pain within half an hour. If I avoid these foods I am fine.  I just have to be careful, since many pre-prepared foods have tomato or potato in them.  For instance, baked beans are cooked in tomato sauce.  Even some breads have potato flour in them.  So I read a lot of labels!

    Of course, it may be that you are not sensitive to solanaceas, it may be something else.  But an exclusion diet can help you zero in on whatever is causing it, assuming it's dietary related.  And since you've tried everything else, what have you got to lose?  

    Good luck, and do let us know how you go!


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      Hi Minamii

      i tried the candida diet but it didn’t help ( thought it was sugar issue...) thank u so much for caring enough to reply.  I will certainly listen to your advice, and eliminate tomatoes et al from my diet.  I definitely agree that I have nothing to lose...except for some unwanted poundssmile.  Thank you again.

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    I had this problem for almost 10 years before I found a cure. I tried everything from Doctor's to natural paths and every cream, lotion and potion, I was so desperate I would have tired anything and did!  I found the cure by accident really. Since then I have had complete relief from the itching, burning, redness I told my sister who had menstrual problems and it has helped her. Somehow this balances hormones and boosts the immune system. Let me give you the cure then the story. Black Cumin Seed and Coriander seed  made into a Tea. I bought a book for my ex-husband called " The Prime Diet" He didn't want to read it so I read it. They talked about a tea that helps your body and "primes" it for weight loss. So I made the tea and started drinking it. While it did nothing for weight loss for me, it stopped the itching!!!! When I stopped drinking the tea a month later the itching came back. When I started the tea again within 24 hours or less it was gone!!! Honestly it was like a miracle. I suffered for 10 years countless tests, creams, pills ect. I live in Canada and this is the brand I use " Amazing Herbs" Black Seed which is a 100 percent pure black cumin seed or Nigella Sativa Seeds. I put one full heaping TABLESPOON of this with a TEASPOON of coriander seeds, must be seeds not ground coriander. I put them in a infuser tea pot for 2 hours and then drink. You can also buy the liquid of black seed which gives you an extra boost but it was the combination of both daily that helped and has continued to help for the last 2 years. I couldn't have sex and it was so bad sometimes I would have to put a ice cube on my vagina just to numb it so I could sleep. I don't know if this will help you but if your at your wits end it couldn't hurt to try. Both my sister and I have been helped by this tea for different reasons. If you try it and it works please let me know. So many women are suffering needlessly without any answers. Diane [smile]  


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