OK, long story short, my doc was giving me the wrong medicine. I went in there and she decided since it was getting no better with treatment, she wanted me to see her senior partner. Well he has 17 more years experience. He gave me 2 cremes, I said something during talking telling him alot. Long story short, it is stress urinary incontinence. They are doing a test to see how much then putting me in hospital to correct this thing so all is much better now. God Bless You!View Thread
I think I have read every website on here about the topic! This is the name of the powerful coretesteroid the doctor gave me: Clobetasol Propionate USP 0.05%. I have been using it for a month a half from 2-4xa day and nothing. I know by now I am immune.
Sex is not dirty to me. I love it, want it so bad. It is this dam thing that is stopping.
Thank Goodness I have a dr appt for this because I am so abnnoyed!View Thread
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