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Hello MSWorld Members,

Welcome to our new home! We hope you love it as much as we do!


we promise.

to offer current and relevant information.

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to showcase member creativity.

to provide safe chat rooms.

to provide well moderated forums.


we believe that what we give as a community comes back to us.

welcome to MSWorld on this journey through a different lens. together. we are msworld.
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We appreciate your understanding as we finalize our new home. Our arcade is still currently under construction and won’t be available for a while. Thank you for your patience while we prepare a new and improved arcade for you.

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    A new problem

    I'm having acute vaginitis (extremely irritated vaginal area internally and out). I've been on medication for a yeast infection, skin irritation, and estrogen for vaginal dryness. Nothing has helped. I wear unscented incontinence pads which I change at the first sign of dampness. This has become quite painful and hasn't improved. I have another appointment scheduled. Is this MS related? Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks.

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    Hi nkh18.

    If perchance you are using Always brand incontinence pads that could be the problem. Their period pads are known to cause problems for women. Even if you are not using Always brand you might try using a different brand as it’s possible for the pad to be causing irritation for you.

    There is over-the-counter vaginal moisture that does not have hormones which might be more helpful, at least it was for me.
    Diagnosed 1984
    “Lightworkers aren’t here to avoid the darkness…they are here to transform the darkness through the illuminating power of love.” Muses from a mystic

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