By asausa - 04/05/2013 23:26 - United States - Springfield
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Hi! OP here- I didn't realize this was ever published and I finally bothered logging back into my account after 2 years. I'm a girl- so it was less traumatic than it would have been if I was a boy. For those wondering, my mom had her uterus removed , so you can bet she couldn't bend down to put it up. The doctor said the cream was better than the pill so hence that's how I ended up there ...
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Well, my comment there was just a wee bit rude, but seriously, it's not really a nice thought either way is it?
Damn, is there not some form of oral medication she could have picked instead? Try to repress this memory OP, if you don't it could pop back into your head at very inconvenient moments.
There ARE pills but do not work nearly as quickly or as effectively as the topical medication, unfortunately, but pills would be nice in addition to this as a preventative measure. If she's going to be on antibiotics from surgery she'll keep getting yeast infections :-(
Woah. That's nasty. Fuck your life, fuck your mums life. Fuck my breakfast also. :(
I'm sure OP wasn't the one who asked for that. Coming out of surgery, it sounds like it was something that was prescribed for the yeast infection after it was discovered. If that's the case, YDI is a little extreme. I can't go tell my mom to take something if the doctor prescribed her something else for the same reason. (Another example would be my grandma. She can't swallow a lot of pills unless they're really small. Luckily we never went through anything like this, but pills aren't an option for everyone.)
Oh dear god OP, I feel for you. But other commenters are right, you don't have to use a pessary, there are pills available! ... Lets just hope you aren't expected to put cream on as well! In all seriousness, that must have been traumatic for her as well; she has to still be able to look you in the eye now too. Must have been majorly awkward for you both. You're good to be there for her - there are times in life when shit must be done. Just think of how many times she wiped your bottom as a baby.
They make oral meds for yeast infections. Next time get one of those.
@15: yes, they make oral meds for yeast infections, but the cream was what the physician prescribed. Doctors and nurses just love civilians who think they know more than the people who actually work in the medical field; you make our jobs so much more complicated.