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Old 09-16-2009, 11:20 PM   #1
Join Date: Sep 2009
Location: Auckland
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frenchygirl HB User
Trouble inserting thrush treatment.

is it ok to use lubricant to make the applicator easier to insert? Would it affect the effectiveness of the cream? Also, how much of the applicator is ok to be outside of the body for the cream to be considered "high" enough into the vagina? I am having a lot of trouble with this too and am giving up hope of ever curing this infection!!! I don't want my doctor thinking i'm stupid cause I can't seem to use it (she did an exam and she could get 1 finger in with out too much trouble, 2 fingers was uncomfortable though).

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