We’re afraid my wife might either have ovarian or endometrial cancer. Is her survival rate good if the diagnosis goes as expected?
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Hopefully, you’ve already had yourself tested for STDs and that can be ruled out. If not, I recommend you do so ASAP.
Eating yogurt or taking probiotics supplements may help balance your intestinal flora, which my understanding can help control yeast.
To compliment that, you could try using an antimicrobial undergarment such as this one, which just happens to be designed specifically for that part of the male body: http://www.eganmedical.com/Athletic-Supporter-Jock-Strap-p/orot-67-100.htm
Should you decide to try any of these suggestions, please follow-up and let us know if/how they worked.
Tough one… Do you take any narcotic pain medications?
As a former basketball player, I can definitely relate to sore knees.
It sounds like your patellar tendon might be the source of the soreness. I recommend Biofreeze to everyone who has bone, joint or muscle pain that doesn’t require surgery. The other think I’ve found to be effective in helping manage pain from patellar tendinitis is a product called a Gelband Patella Strap ( http://www.eganmedical.com/Patella-Strap-p/orbs-37-500.htm ).
It doesn’t look like much, but looks can be deceiving. IF that is the source and nature of your pain, that little band can bring a whole world of relief. If it doesn’t, at least you’ll be able to rule out patellar tendinitis, which is extremely common among athletes, particularly joggers, tennis and basketball players.
If it were me, and if you haven’t already tried this, I’d use a combination of Biofreeze, an all-natural, drug-free topical pain reliving gel or spray, and a rib belt such as those seen here: http://www.eganmedical.com/Rib-Belt-p/orbs-34-4100.htm
If that doesn’t do it, I’d see an orthopedist.