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taurusryc at worldnet.att.net taurusryc at worldnet.att.net
Sun Aug 1 20:36:40 EST 1999


I hope you will not mind my asking you a question regarding vulvodynia.  (Your website
at  http://www.wellnessweb.com/INDEX/QVULVODYNIA.HTM#frequentlyasked )

I have had VV for a little over three years and I recently tried putting a little Vicks (spread
very thinly in the outer vulvar area.  It caused an intense hot/cold sensation which completely
got rid of the pain.  After a few minutes the sensation went away and the pain did not come
back.

I am wondering if there is any reason I should not use Vicks.  It has really helped me and
has gotten rid of the pain for up to four weeks without re-applying it.

I wonder if it opened up some pores.

I have only pain - no redness, no yeast, nothing to explain why the pain is there.

Many thanks for your reply and your article is one of the mainstays of our forum.

Several people have tried the Vicks, all with good results but several other people are
worried about its possibilities for harm.


Sincerely,
Ora



On 28 Jul 1999 02:40:27 GMT, Camilla Cracchiolo <camilla at primenet.com> (Camilla Cracchiolo) wrote:

>         
>         Can anyone recommend a good toxicology textbook?  I'm looking for
>         one that contains information on toxic plants.  I'm also interested
>         in one that would contain information on old medical treatments made
>         new again a la colloidal silver.
>         
>         Please send me an e-mail copy of any replies you post to the
>         newsgroup.
>         
>         Thanks.
>         
>         
>         
>         -------------------------------------------------------------
>         "The trick is to keep an open mind, without it being so open
>                            that your brain falls out"
>         
>                             Camilla Cracchiolo
>                              Registered Nurse
>                           Los Angeles, California 
>                                   USA
>         
>         camilla at primenet.com         http://www.primenet.com/~camilla
>         




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