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PostPosted: 15 Feb 2012 14:18 
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Hello,

I'm a bit of a newbie here but I have really bad thrush (again!) and was just wondering if anyone had tried Topida, from Salcura.

I get thrush all the time and hate having to use all the creams etc.
read that topida is a spray so thinking it might be a bit easier and nicer to use down there?...

used other Salcura products before and they were amazing for my eczema just wanted to see if anyone had tried and tested the Topida?...

thank you x


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Sorry never tried it. Only ever had thrush once while I was pregnant with the twins ( this time last year :lol: ) and it was awful. Cos I was pregnant I was restricted to what i could take, so ended up with only what Dr gave me.
Hope you get some relief soon though
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Sorry never tried or neither, have you tried looking for any reviews of it online?

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natural yoghurt works wonders, straight from the fridge and rub on your bits. :D
Also drink bicarb soda in water a few times a day.

Never tried what you mentioned though sorry


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toes10 wrote:
natural yoghurt works wonders, straight from the fridge and rub on your bits. :D
Also drink bicarb soda in water a few times a day.

Never tried what you mentioned though sorry


All my baby books recommend natural yoghurt too!

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