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  • hoping4acure
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    MG,

    I am so sorry you had to go through all of that...it sounded horrible! Thankfully, that nurse was gentle with you. Take it easy, and keep us posted.


    Warm hugs.

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  • janet.
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    Vaginal valium

    I have used these for about a year now. They do help (especially @ work). Those acute vaginal pains can be horrible. Try to sit though a meeting with a straight face with that kind of pain-NOT HAPPENING. The lidocaine sounds like a good addition to what I am currently taking (mine have a cocoa butter base and are white). I am using 10mg., but I have used 2 at a time. I have heard of people using 20 mg. I started out with 5 mg (not a good idea). The only down side is the cost. I have had to really keep on my insurance co. for some reimbursement.If you are experiencing pain in this area, this may be a
    good option. (My pharmact will Fed X for $10).

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  • Mothergoose
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    Well yesterday I went into complete urinary retention. I have been having more and more problems with retention over the last few month, and after my last big flare about 3 weeks ago it has gotten a lot worse.

    Well yesterday I tried to get into my Dr. and was told I would have to wait till next week. (dragon lady on receptionist)

    I emailed my Dr. told him what was happening, and could he see me before next week. I took my FIL for his app, while there the Dr. said he had got my email and would Thurs afternoon be good, I said yes, he asked if I was sure I said yes.

    I left his office but needed to pee, so stopped at the bathroom, I could not pee at all not even a dribble.

    I stopped at the desk on the way out and said I needed to speak to my Dr. again, not possible unless I go into emerge, so I said Okay.

    I was then told they were quite busy to go wait in the waiting room, by the time they called me I could barley walk, certainly could not stand up straight.

    The nurses don't know about IC at all and in their wisdom told me I should drink lots, by now my eye balls were floating, and what meds to I take for this problem, I said I had things at home that might help but I was not able to walk let a lone drive.

    She finally decided to call my Dr. who decided my bladder had shut down due to pain, which may have been true but I was feeling it was so full the muscle could no longer squeeze down.

    His plan give me an anti spasm which can make retention worse for me, and a shot of Demerol.

    We went with the Demerol, after a very short time the pain only increased, they kept getting me to go try to go pee, by now I was in tears walking even with the Demerol.

    After a bit I told the nurse I was about to my breaking point, she went and talked to the dr. who said to ask me if some one could go retrieve a vaginal Valium from home to try, I said yes but it doesn't work immediately and I could not wait for the person to do this and then wait for it to kick in, and may or may not work.

    So we decided to drain with a cath, this is something my Dr. doesn't like to do on me because of increased risk of infection I have.

    So he gave me a ativan and a cipro, told the nurse to wait 10 mins and to drain 300mls from me, I knew this would not be enough, but went along with this,

    She drained 300mls, she was very good about cathing, best I have had to date, she went to take it out I said no the Dr. had said he may leave it in for a few days, so while she went to get him she left it draining, it ended up draining 500 mls or about 15 ozs.

    My Dr. decided to take it out, I still felt full and had a lot of pressure, I was then to go home take another ativan, and a valium sup and apply heat to bladder and go to bed. Then to take another VV this am.

    It had released enough pressure I could walk but not do my pants up. The reason he did not want to drain more was my bladder goes into real spasam if it gets emptied, so he was trying to avoid this from happening.

    I peed before I left the er on my own and peed 1000mls or 26 oz's, and felt much better. I didn't drink anything on the way home and once I got home I peed another 26 oz's, then another 8ozs or so.

    I had one drink when I went to bed about 12 ozs, and then nothing else, I got up about 5 x's in the night to pee, even with taking sleeping pills he gave me to take. I don't know how much I went in the night, but at least I was going for the last week or so I was getting up really feeling then need to go but then just dribbling a bit.

    So basically this worked and opened the flood gates, he did say come back today if I have any problems, but I think I will be fine.

    Usually cathing makes it so I can't pee as well, but this nurse was so gentle and I knew to ask her to use as small of cath as she could use and she did not hurry any of it. I really think this made a difference to my outcome.

    I am to go back to my Dr. tomorrow and to stay on ab's for 5 days.

    But I know now my blue suppositories work just fine and don't bother my skin at all.

    Thanks for listening MG

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  • hoping4acure
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    Just want to jump back in here...I just checked mine, and they are mostly clear, with a little bit of blue on the round end (tip) of it, it is not completly blue.

    MG if you find out what the blue is, please post it. I would like to know also.

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  • Mothergoose
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    Thanks for the reply.

    I still haven't tried them. I only use them for bad flares or bad spasms.

    Baclofen is and Ab's as far as I know, I don't think I need this when I only use it once in awhile.

    I guess I could call the pharmacy and ask what makes it blue.

    I was a bit annoyed when I went to pick them up, I had called a head and discussed these at length with a male pharmacist, he seemed to know exactly what I was talking about.

    Then this lady calls me with lots of questions, that I had already gone over with the man I spoke too.

    Then when I go to pick them up she is full of more questions, she appeared to not have heard of these she told me she would have to call a place on how to make these and call my Dr. to make sure she was making what he was after.

    I guess I should be glad she was being through but I had already gone over all of this with the first guy and he said he was familiar with them and had made them.

    So if I have a problem with them I will be calling him back. I don't mind paying for them, but only if they were made properly.

    I know it works as I have had it before but compounded into a cream.

    This pharmacy is 300 miles closer to me and I was going to be in the town it is in and could pick it up so save myself the shipping expenses, and processing time was much quicker.

    Thanks for the replies MG

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  • Mothergoose
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    Thanks for the reply's.

    I still haven't tried them. I only use tem for bad flares or bad spasams.

    Baclofen is and Ab's as far as I know, I don't think I need this when I only use it once in awhile.

    I guess I could call the pharmacy and ask what makes it blue.

    I was a bit annoyed when I went to pick them up, I had called a head and disscussed these at length with a male pharmacist, he seemed to know exactly what I was talking about.

    Then this lady calls me with lots of questions, that I had already gone over with the man I spoke too.

    Then when I go to pick them up she is full of more questions, she appeared to not have heard of these she told me she would have to call a place on how to make these and call my Dr. to make sure she was making what he was after.

    I guess I should be glad she was being through but I had already gone over all of this with the first guy and he said he was familar with them and had made them.

    So if I have a problem with them I will be calling him back. I don't mind paying for them, but only if they were made propperly.

    I know it works as I have had it before but compounded into a cream.

    This pharamacy is 300 miles closer to me and I was going to be in the town it is in and could pick it up so save myself the shipping expenses, and processing time was much quicker.

    Thanks for the replies MG

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  • mgrn89
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    Hi, I've been using the valium vag. supp for about 2 years now... Mine have never been blue....only white...mine are compounded from baclofen, lidocaine and valium...not sure about the blue, dont think I would be too keen on that idea. Mine are great I get them from a compounding pharm in Massachusetts. I love mine...cant skip a night without them, I really notice the difference. Good luck mothergoose.

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  • hoping4acure
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    Yes, they are blue. I have used them in the past. They worked well but I found them to be messy.

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  • greeneyes
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    MG, I've read a post recently about your question. may be you can search for it and I hope it helps.

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  • Mothergoose
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    vaginal valium

    Hi
    I was not too sure where to put this.

    I finally found a compounding pharmacy to make vaginal Valium.

    She said she had made them before asked a Bunch of questions.

    I have not tried these ones yet, another pharmacist had made me a vaginal Valium cream which I used and worked well, but I thought the suppository would be ore convenient to use.

    Anyways as I said I haven't tried one but I did unwrap one just a bit and it is blue, is this normal, I don't know what I expected but I was surprised to see it blue in color.

    Mine are Valium, lidocaine and she knew needed to be made for sensitive skin.

    Just wondering, also does anyone else suppositories have anything else in them?

    Thanks MG
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