I didn't consult my doctor on this. I have had a full hysterectomy and am 60. So check with your doctor to be sure it doesn't harm you.
I have had a persistent itch in the clitoral area for three years. My doctor said it was just dry and to use Vaseline. Nope. Nothing. Then a month ago I found a tube of Desonide .05% cream in my cabinet that was prescribed for a rash I had on my neck. I tried a very small amount on the clitoral area 3x/day for about a week and now the itching is completely gone. I maintain by applying a very small amount about 2x/week.
I didn't consult my doctor on this. So check with your doctor to be sure it doesn't harm you.View Thread
I am 18yrs old female. I am a very sensitive and innocent girl. This incident happened last year. I had an...
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I am 18yrs old female. I am a very sensitive and innocent girl. This incident happened last year. I had an affair with my boyfriend. After few days of time he left me and went.I was very angry on him and too hurted too. I cried that whole night when he broke up with me. After few months 1 of my old neighbour came to my house when I was alone and he forcibly did an oral sex. This happened again after few days. I am totally upset that my neighbour molested me actually I treated him as my own brother.I am seriously frustrated in my life.I told my mother everything about this things. Now at present I have got a new boyfriend. I am thankfull to God that I got a guy like him. But the thing is I told him about my past and he's angry on me. But now everything is fine between us. I love him a lot and he too. But the thing is alltym I will b thinking of my past and I feel like committing suicide thinking of it. I want to teach my ex boyfriend and my neighbour a big lesson. What to do?? Please advice me that how can I forget my past, how to live happily with my guy, how to teach my ex and my neighbour a big lesson and should I consult a doctor. Please help me... plz...View Thread
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"When it is in the abdominal area, the abdominal muscles are having these fasciculations." So that's what's happening when a person's stomach is twitching. Dr. Kantor continues: "Fasciculations can appear in almost any muscle." With that said, this experience is actually a muscle twitching in the stomach area of the body, rather than an internal organ.
"Fasciculations can be a normal thing (it just feels strange); it can be due to dehydration, aging or to more serious (usually not life-threatening or life-altering) causes. When we overuse a muscle, it can twitch. So, just like your leg muscles may twitch after a long run, if you put strain on your midsection, your abdominal muscles may twitch."
In short, the sensation of your stomach twitching is absolutely no cause for alarm or fear, even though it can be very annoying.
In rare cases, a twitch coming from the stomach area can be a symptom of a more serious condition such as a motor neuron disease, says Dr. Kantor. If that stomach twitching is really bothering you, see a neurologist to rule out any disease process and put your mind at ease. However, chances are, if your stomach muscles have been twitching, it's a perfectly benign situation.
"This is why it is important to relax, not jump to conclusions, and to talk to your primary care doctor or neurologist about it," says Dr. Kantor.View Thread
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