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S

Thanks all for reminding me of stuff that's worked before. I have dealt with this nonsense off an on 20 years or so, and it just popped up after an absence of several years. Having never been married, it seems specific to certain partners - some 'give' it to me, some don't. This one did, but only after we gave up 6 months of condom use to try unprotected sex using vaginal contraceptive film. The first time it was nothing, the second time I noticed something right away. I was already having intuition that our chemistry was not good, but I went ahead, and I am just not getting it and realizing what it is and being reminded of what's worked for me. Since this has been such a big problem for me off and on over the years, I was imagining breaking up being the solution (that is another story - maybe our not getting along this week is affecting my stress, as well as overwork and some bad PMS?) I do get the feeling it is an overall health thing but also maybe it has to do with my chemistry being off with someone, maybe physically or maybe in general? Idk. I am just grateful for this sight because I like natural medicine and hope to use yogurt (I sense a lot of relief from the pain and itching already from inserting some), and I hope to try some probiotics. I used garlic clove and it helped slow down the discharge. There is a good recipe for a Greek dish called
tzatziki (to eat)
Plain Greek yogurt
olive oil
chopped cucumber
a bit of salt
and TONS of minced garlic.
Stir it all up, YUM.

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BattlingBV

Great information! Please contribute your experiences to my blog under the appropriate remedy. I'm trying to create a forum where we can all discuss the best way to fight this terrible infection. Happy curing!

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Damla

Wow! Awesome photos! The betauy of that place is beyond words. Definitely one for the bucket list About the bike CTD is very plush indeed as it is wide open and maximum suspension action is made available. But there is little damping and that may not be ideal if the terrain has a lot of drops and jumps. It’s a compromise This is why I don't like FS bikes that require switches/levers to make the suspension work optimally in different conditions (can you say Scott?'). I'd take dw-link, VPP or ART any day over this.

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