Smedley (UK) to Leslie.
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Date Posted: Thursday, November 01, 2012, 09:45: am
Leslie, thanks for answering my queries.
It's a pity your honeymoon was marred by the problem you described, it must have been very distressing and worrying for you. Cystitis was often referred to as "honeymooners' disease", but it's an expression that is rarely heard these days. I suppose that's because of the way society has changed.
Cranberry juice can be very useful in preventing and alleviating urinary tract infections, and it can be obtained in tablet form from health supplement suppliers. Depending on the strength of the tablets, just a couple can deliver the equivalent of a carton or two of juice - more economical and convenient, but also a boon if you don't like the taste of the juice!
Had anyone, such as a doctor, ever mentioned to you that there could be bleeding when a hymen is broken? Of course it can be brought about by reasons other than intercourse, such as the use of tampons, but I have heard of some girls having 'pre-marital' pelvic exams to ensure that an intact hymen would not not present a problem.
Also, you mentioned in your first post that the female gynaecologist "really examined your clit" - by this, did you mean she in some way paid particular attention to your clitoris?
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