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Thank you for your question. This is puzzling to have vaginal discharge (I assume this is what you are referring to as your "female parts?") that is a high quantity even after hysterectomy and medication.

Can you tell us more about these 13 doctors you have met with...have they all been gynecologists, with any specific type of specialty?

What type of homeopathic medication are you using, and have you tried stopping the use of any of these medications or treatments as an experiment to see if any drug interactions with LEVEQUIN was occurring, since you said this medication was working? I am not necessarily advocating for you to alter your treatment, as I am not sure what alternative treatments you are using, but wanted to give you the option to try different combination and be sure that one treatment is not effecting the other (make sure you do not stop abruptly, and tell your doctor before you stop, as you may need to do so gradually if at all).

Also, please tell your health care practitioners about all of the prescriptions, supplements and OTC medications you are using.

Have cultures been done on the actual discharge, and was any type of infection found or ruled out? Was the discharge at one point confirmed as cervical mucus (even though you no longer have a cervix...this is what most discharge). Is your discharge originating from glands or other portions of your vagina? This is the question I would want to know from my doctor, as there may be some treatment available once you identify the source of the discharge (since I assume it is no longer cervical mucus, or "CM"). The vagina has many glands, and I am curious what your doctors have said regarding the culture of your discharge.

We look forward to hearing more information, and helping you to research this topic!

October 29, 2011 - 9:15pm


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