Chafing

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K80
30/01/2013 at 23:07
Whatever you do don't get in the bath!
cougie    pirate
30/01/2013 at 23:14
Go commando !
30/01/2013 at 23:29

Cocoa butter moisturiser for sensitive skin

31/01/2013 at 09:05
Seriously, go commando. Oh, and use baby wipes when you go to the toilet. A nappy cream will also help to soothe the chafing
31/01/2013 at 09:22

Sorry to hijack the thread, but does going commando really help? It seems to me that my tights have seams in places that wouldn't be comfortable.

I tend to use really big granny knickers that stay put and don't have side seams.

Good luck cowgirl.

31/01/2013 at 09:35

+1 for no knickers. sudocrem (you can find it in the baby section) is good for soothing the chafing.

jane - my tights don't have seams in the wrong places - what tights have you got?

31/01/2013 at 10:12

All about talc for me. Chaffing is a thing of the past now

 

31/01/2013 at 10:28
Yes, it really does. I was incredibly reluctant (mostly worried that if I had a problem they would wonder what kind of woman I was) but I wouldn't go back. Just remember tI pack knickers if you're getting changed after into normal clothes
31/01/2013 at 10:57

+1 for Sudocrem. I got a bit chafed, ahem, inside the shorts when I was out earlier this week in torrential rain.

Edit: and thank you for correctly spelling it with one f. The frequently-found two-f misspelling is deeply distressing to the forum language police ... nee naw nee naw ...

Edited: 31/01/2013 at 10:59
31/01/2013 at 11:16

Another +1 for Sudocrem, it's magic!

I don't go commando but have found that the La Senza microfiber seamless thongs make the best running knickers ever! They don't seem to have them online, but they are one of the things that are always in the 'Buy 5 pairs for £5' sales.

K80
31/01/2013 at 11:52
xine267 wrote (see)

Another +1 for Sudocrem, it's magic!

I don't go commando but have found that the La Senza microfiber seamless thongs make the best running knickers ever! They don't seem to have them online, but they are one of the things that are always in the 'Buy 5 pairs for £5' sales.

thongs for running? Nooooo apple catchers all the way

31/01/2013 at 11:59

I quite like big pants in general (sexy, eh?) but I find they slip down when I'm running. I've tried some of the sports-specific ones but they are even worse! Really horrible elastic round the legs that  is uncomfortable and I think would cause chafing on long distances. Expensive too

31/01/2013 at 14:35

As the late great and immortal Spike Milligan used to say - "Thank you for your support, I promise to wear it every day".

31/01/2013 at 16:19

or the alternative "thank you for your support. you can have it back when it's been washed" 

31/01/2013 at 16:40
cowgirl668 wrote (see)

Also wrong time of the month to go without them if you know what I mean.


Running with any kind of pad in your knickers is just asking for discomfort!

Commando and tampons!

31/01/2013 at 19:56

Erm, yes, thanks for sharing that with us Wilkie. I think

01/02/2013 at 07:09

Tsk Muttley!  Periods are nothing to be embarrassed about!


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