Hey peeps, This is just a vent. If you don't like girl talk then don't read this. This probably is something men don't want to read. lol
So, my pain specialist burned the ends of my Pudendal nerve in hopes that it would stop the Va-gie-gie pain. You know, that place down under. . I keep having constant YI and BI, so I have no idea if the procedure actually worked because the darn YI and BI causes the same symptoms.
On top of that, every time I go to the Gyno because I think I have an infection, they assume its only my LSC. They think its all in my head and I'm being paranoid. gggggggrrrrrrrrr They say I don't have an inf. but the lab says I do.
I'm tired of this entire thing. I'm pissed off. I'm sick of this pain. I'm tired of it running my life. My body keeps me prisoner. I've had enough already. I can't take this crap. The Dr.s don't know a thing about LSC because it hasnt been research enough because its not a money maker for scientists. So, thousands of women have to suffer, some have been suffering for 30 years. I can't imagine that. I won't go through this for THAT long. I will have my entire (warning, the V word) vagina cut off.
Ok, thats it for now. So sorry that this is so long and thank you to anyone who reads it. I am also sorry that I haven't been around much. Your all in my thoughts. hugs
You may go through life hearing a 1000 NO's but don't give up because your YES is out there waiting for you.- (Something my father told me.)
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