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Hydration cubes

Posted by texasone (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 27, 14 at 13:02

Has anyone tried the Bezwecken hydration cubes for menopause vaginal dryness. They are cubes that contain 1 mg of estriol, cocoa butter, vitamin E and beeswax.

I simply cannot afford a $200 tube of Premarin and thought this might work.

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RE: Hydration cubes

You need to make sure that it is just dryness. There is a disease that women get called Lichen Sclerosis and there is no cure for it. You may be wasting your money for nothing. All that can be done for this disease is to treat the discomfort. If you have it you can forget about having sex ever again. If it is bad you can feel the skin tear when you squat to pick up something. It can cover the urethra.

I have been to 2 urologist who did not recognize the problem, even though they had seen the problem on other women. Even some gyn's don't know what it is. My gyn had patients as young as 5 years old with this. It is a disease, not dryness.

Here is a link that might be useful: Lichen Sclerosis

RE: Hydration cubes

My biggest problem is I keep getting UTI' uretha hurts but it doesn't sting to go pee and I don't have to go alot. They check my urine and there is no bacteria so Dr. said I need Estrogen because the skin is thinning, I can use KY jelly and have sex fine its just the pain of my pp hole that hurts and doc said estrogen will help. Going to try these cubes as i cannot afford Premarin and I need to get something that will replenish the moisture in my vagina.

RE: Hydration cubes

You skin will thin with this disease. The opening's below will be closing up, use a mirror. You will not be able to urinate the way you used stream as the disease progresses. The urine will come out the vaginal area. This disease is not catching, so no threat to anyone. I am amazed at how many doctors have not heard of this.

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