Next day after using a Silk suppository, I had to wear a pantiliner (at least 3). Is this normal?

Thank you for the inquiry. We understand your concern about the excessive discharge happened the next day.

After using a NeuEve suppository, most customers may feel a little more increased moisture. Some may have noticed a light discharge and may need to wear a pantiliner for protection the next day.

However, if you had to use more than 3 pantiliners for the next day, you might have developed excessive discharge in response to the product.

This is actually a good sign for vaginal dryness recovery because your previously dried mucous glands are activated by the product and start to secret mucus again. The problem is that the revived glands might have secreted too much mucus than needed.

This is a "nice trouble" and can be easily fixed.

To overcome this problem, you can reduce the product dosage by cutting the suppository smaller and use only a half or 1/4 each time.

This article shows you how to cut it:

Painful sex is often caused by two factors, dryness and atrophy.

Excessive discharge means that your dryness problem is resolved. But you may still have atrophy if you still have painful sex.

To reverse atrophy, it will take time. To grow back the atrophied tissue, it may take several months. You will need to be patient.

If you feel your progress is slow, you may speed up the recovery by following the suggestions detailed in this article:

To date, NeuEve has helped over 100,000 women with severe vaginal dryness, atrophy, and painful sex to find relief safely.

Since each person is different, some may find relief sooner, while others may take more time and efforts to achieve a full recovery.

Excessive discharge suggests that your dryness problem is resolved. The only thing left is to reverse vaginal atrophy.

We encourage you to continue using the product. You may achieve a full recovery soon.

Oct 6, 2023

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