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Unread 01-03-2004, 01:00 AM

I too have been diagnosed with LS, well my OBGYN is almost sure of it, this news came at my 1 month post op check, it was very disheartening in that I did not have this before my surgery. She RX'd some topical steroid cream in which I used for the prescribed time, the itchiness went away but the white areas remain, doing this type of therapy long term worries me, should I be seeing her again??? It's been 4 months.
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Unread 01-03-2004, 02:56 PM

Don't be afraid to get a second opinion about the LS.

My GP and my ob/gyn both thought I had LS... I had all the textbook symptoms. The creams prescribed were doing nothing for me, so after some internet research of my own, I managed to get myself into an LS specialist in Toronto. He took one look at me and said he didn't think it was LS, but rather a major-humongo yeast infection. He put me on Diflucan for 9 weeks and totally blasted the yeast out of me. That was a year ago, and I haven't had any recurrence. I suffered with thinking I had LS for a year.
Unread 01-03-2004, 08:35 PM

May I ask what LS is?? Thanks....


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