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Reproductive Health Articles

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  1. Cheryl says

    I had a hysterectomy and one year later started aching all over, just like this article says. I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia. Several years later I was diagnosed with vulvadynia which makes a normal love life impossible. My Dr. says she thinks it was caused by the Fibromyalgia. After reading this article I am not so sure.

  2. Cheryl says

    I’ve kind of given up, but I am now having bladder problems so maybe I should ty a naturopath. Don’t think we can afford one, but Dr.’s haven’t been able to help at all with the vulvadynia so maybe I better try. I pray a lot and know that God still loves me. Pray for me Kelly.

    • Jen says

      Cheryl,

      I have suffered with Vulvadynia in the past…on 3 seperate occasions when I was in my 20’s, and once in my 30’s. Each time my doc prescribed me a topical estrogen cream….I was young and wasn’t yet aware of hormone problems such drugs can cause, but I’ll tell you, it did clear it up each time within a month and I’ve never had it again. While its not a hormone I’d stay on for a longer period of time than 1 month, the benefit far outweighed the risks in my case. I know what that pain is like….I could not do ANYTHING with my life while I had vulvadynia.

  3. Rebecca says

    Does anyone have any information on what to do if you have simply stopped having periods? I am only 30 years old, and have not had a period on my own for 8 months, and it was 5 months before that. I am definitely not pregnant. Any information on natural treatments would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

  4. %kelly the kitchen kop% via Facebook says

    do i know someone with those problems? i’m pretty sure every woman i know has at least one of them….

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