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    I put it in and i was in soooo much pain that i had to take it off. My vagina was stinging and i couldn’t sleep. And now i feel like ive torn my vagina and created a bigger hole. I have to use this vaginal tablet for 10 days. And i had to put it in the bin. I couldnt move because it hurted
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    If you got it from your gp or a pharmacy check that this symptoms are normal because most thing say if irritation occurs stop use
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I put it in and i was in soooo much pain that i had to take it off. My vagina was stinging and i couldn’t sleep. And now i feel like ive torn my vagina and created a bigger hole. I have to use this vaginal tablet for 10 days. And i had to put it in the bin. I couldnt move because it hurted
    I assume you're taking about thrush treatment tablets? Sounds like you didn't put it in far enough. It should be so far in you wouldn't be able to remove it if you tried. It also shouldn't be so painful that you would want to remove it. That could be because the outside/ near outside part is more sensitive to deeper inside or could be because you have some sort of sensitivity. I expect is just that you need to apply it properly, but you may still want to talk to your GP about it so they can check it's not another issue and give you advice on application.
    I would definitely suggest taking to a pharmacist. They have access to information on different treatments including their side effects along with their own knowledge and experience with people having issues so can be really helpful for stuff like this.
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    You could also see the GP practice's nurse. They're usually easier to get a quick appointment with.
 
 
 
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