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    Default Itchy Bits.. (TMI)

    My lady bits are a bit dry and Itchy atm, DH and I are probably the most active we have been for a while as we are trying for #2. They dry itch has shared itself around.

    unsure if it's just chaffing that's well caused his chaffing or something more.. but what can we use to soothe things down a bit.. even just for a couple of hours.

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    Could it be thrush? Might be worth grabbing some canesten cream for both of you.

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    Sounds like thrush - highly contagious but easy to treat. Canasten 3 day treatment for both of you should do the trick.

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    Do we have to abstain? it's just a good time of the month is all.

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    I wouldn't. Just use te cream and suffer a bit until you've gotten past the fertile time. Then I'd have a bit of a rest and treat yourselves. Try natural yoghurt for your bits in the meantime.

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    Natural or Greek yogurt. Eat lots of it and even rub some 'up there' if it's unbearable and you want a natural cure. Consuming the good bacteria but also using it 'up there' helps heaps! Very soothing. I haven't had any 'itchy' problems since making yogurt part of my breakfast every morning. Sorry if that's gross!

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    I found goats milk soap worked really well.


 

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