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Having red, swollen and sore clitoris after having protected sex. Cause and remedy?

I have a red, swollen , sore clitoris, and I noticed a thick almost solid white substance coming from under the hood so to speak, and it hurts. I ve had sex twice, last time being last week, and I use condoms without a latex allergy . The symptoms came up just yesterday evening but I didn t really look until this afternoon. Do you know what it could be? Also my partner is STD free, as I m the 2nd woman he s been with, his first was STD free as well.
Asked On : Fri, 8 Jun 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
these are signs of allergy
there is no need for tension
ore chances of fungal infection then of latex
start tanb metrogyl 200 mgm twice a day
apply candid b veginal passery for 7 days
and and candid b ointment on clitoris and around
take lot of warm water
avoid sex for six weeks
weeks
take tab fluconazole 150 mgm once a week for 3 months and ask your partener also to take medicine for 6 weeks before doing sex with him
Answered: Sat, 16 Jun 2012
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