I have had labial pain and burning for the past 5 months. It is primarily on one side of the labia where the tissue comes together. I had two biopsies that showed mild irritation (however if the person analyzing the tissue had the irritation it would have been listed as severe :o(
I have been on virtually every antibiotic and have tried estrogen cream, clobetasol, lotrisone, and alternating days and amounts of the estrogen and clobetasol. I agree with others who have posted the depression that begins to set in. What in the world could I possibly do? I have gone to all cotton granny panties, washing with dove unscented, unscented toilet tissue, patting dry and going "commando" while at home. I am certainly willing to try most anything. It is however, comforting to know I am not alone in this.
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