Maybe kegals would help?
Also, wrapping the clove in gauze (next time, of course) can be helpful for making removal easier.
Liz Lovin' DH DS (12) and forever missing DD (12/02/07)
From the withered tree, a flower blooms~ He's here!!! So crazy in love with my boy!!! 12/14/11
Do you have a partner that could assist you with searching out the lost clove? If you've tried everything that you can think of and there is no partner to offer further assistance, I'd recommend going to a doctor and having them remove it. Yes, it would be slightly embarrassing; but, you're not the first woman to do so. The embarrassment would fade, and you'd be garlic free.
For future use, I've heard of people using a needle to thread the cloves onto sturdy string for easier removal.
Banana, doula wife to Papa Banana and mother to Banana One, Banana Two, Banana Three, Banana Four...
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