Hi! Thank you for your note and I will definitely try your suggestion.
I read your posts and I think I have a lot of similar problems, like occasional intense period pain, which led me one time to the emergency room. The doctor told me it could be fibroid tumor but I didn't get tested. I also totally agree that the thing sticks to our clothes, bedding, etc. What part of your body do you think the thing originate from? Some say it's sweat through our skin, but I feel like it's there even without sweat. Also, it seems that people in front of me gets more reactions than people behind me, and it goes wherever I let my head go. It's strange.
hi! I also have small myoma and I've read that one of the causes is detergents..also skin lotions..what have you found about it?...I'm not doing anything yet for my patm..I'm like tired of trying anything to cure it..take care!
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