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EXCESSIVE cervical mucus-please help-severly depressed

hi
issue has been going for for 9 months, all tests for everything under the sun have been negative, ultrasound, and most recently exploratory surgery.
omly thing they have found is a small ectropion.
when i say excessive, i mean EXCESSIVE, like somethone has dolloped a couple of talespoons of yoghurt in the toilet. no yeast, no bacteria, no stds, no nothing, no smell, no itch just HUGE AMOUNT.
It is getting to the stage where i am severely depressed. i avoid all relationships and sexual contact bcos of this.
i need something to reduce the AMOUNT
PLEASE, IF ANYONE HAS ANY INFO ON THE FOLLOWING (to possibly reduce amount)PLEASE SHARE
cervical cauterisation
antihistamines
minipill(progestin only) although i have acne issues so does anyone know of one that is not too bad for acne?
diet/lifestyle
ANYTHING TO REDUCE THE AMOUNT.
I CANNOT LIVE LIKE THIS ANYMORE
it has been lmost a year. if you need more infor please go through my other posts, there is info, pictures, i have tried everything, seen about 10 different doctors, and im still sitting here with the same problem.
i am so depressed, i go back to the hospital in 2 months to see if they will agree to do cervical cauterisation in the public system as i dont have dysplasia.
PLEASE HELP I NEED THIS TO STOP.I AM DESPERATE
please also remember i have been tested for literally everything, like, a years worth of testing. all negative
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1696489 tn?1370821974
I am sorry to see that you are so upset.  This would upset me, too.  An ablation may be your answer.  But before committing to this decision, know that YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO BECOME PREGNANT after it's done.  Think very hard about that... someday you might want to be a mother. - Blu
1227139 tn?1462334630
I posted a very long reply to your situation in your first post (18 Apr).  Please take a look and tell me what you think.

I'd definitely heed warning to the ablation as well.  No amount of cervical mucous (as much as we both have had and suffer with) is worth not being able to ever have a baby, even if at this point in your life you think you wont want to or don't want to.  Trust me, I'm 40 this year and thought I'd never have children (and I now have 3 - I started late at 35 due to circumstances).

There must be another way.  When you read my comment to your post - you might find something helpful to look into first.

Sandi
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Hi sandy
Thank you spoil much for your reply.
I have been tested for oestrogen and progesterone but the one you mentioned my doc said you cant really test for as it can change on a daily basis? I do have issues with anxiety and depression but even more so now ..and I know these can affect cortisol levels, but I find it hard to beleieve my mind could produce such an amount. It used to come out during the day also but not so much anymore...its like it stays in there and builds up until I have to poop and then the floodgates open. Its so horrid. Im also a heavy smoker,which I know cant be good, so im going to try and stop but the stress makes it hard. I don't want ablation, I do want to be a mum one day. I just don't know what to do .. But ill do some reading on those hormones.
Thankyou so much for taking the time to reply so thoroughly, you have no idea how grateful I am. X
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Blu crystal,
Isn't borax like bleach? You cant ingest boric acid or borax....in vagina is fine, as long as no cuts or irritation...it can poison you otherwise.
You drink this stuff?? Im confused.
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