I know this is a very strange question, but I really have no one else to ask.
OK, well, lately I have had alot of discharge I am currently 24w1d pregnant. My delima is when I wipe I get tissue left in or on my vagina. I use the toilet paper that is thicker without all the extra fluffyness and I bought this kind for this reason, because of all the particles that the more expensive kind that is fluffy leaves behind. I know that this can cause yeast infections and things. I am also concerned about our gilrs (7 and 5) using types that will leave pieces behind.
I hope I am not the only woman in the world this happens to. =(
you are not the only one this has happened to..it still does happen to me sometimes..i think thats why when u have ur baby they tell you to just dab..wiping would hurt n could disrupt the stitches but dabbing wont leave or shouldnt leave any particles behind to cause an infection...
It happens to me, blah! I find a solution for me though. Cottenel brand makes flushable bottoms wipes, there are a few other brands to though. They can be found on the toiletpaper isle. No lent, nothing left behind, and you feel a little fresher after!
Already forgotten. Something changed inside of me when I saw my little princess on the screen. I lost alot of built up anger. You were right in alot of what you said to me. It hit home I have to say, but I can't change any of it now, I can only work towards making the future brighter and wholesome for me and my new family. =)
I liked the picture of you and your baby, he or she was soo tiny.
I will have to try the dabbing instead of wiping. All of this lovely white discharge is overwhelming me, to say the least. I know it is normal, but it makes me want to barf..lol. And the little squirt of pee that I get mixed in when I cough is a pain in the tush too! =)
I have had this problem even before I had my children. I can only use Scott tp. I have tried the scott extra soft and could not figuer out why I could not stop inching myself. (TMI I know.) It have never had a UTI bet I figuered after this last episode with the TP that I must have a UTI I never bothered to think about the TP because I have used Scott for over 12 years. I would feel so much better after I got out of the shower and then it started to add up that it has to be the different type of scott I was using. I switched back and I have not had a problem agien. I have tried using baby wipes too but I have enough moisture going on that I dont think I should add anything else.haha Try Scott and see if it helps. Thanks for posting this because I thought I was the only extra sensitive one out there with this problem.
I can't use the wet wipe things, I have had chronic uti's since I was 11. I can't use Charmin, and the Dr. did recommend to stay away from that one since it's bad for the leftover stuff. I use quilted Northen and am fine, but try something not so fluffy.
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