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Itching clitoris, bumps on clitoris, not sexually active. What could this be?

HI, i have been experiencing an itchy clitoris and clitoral hood for a few days now and at the skin surrounding the anus . I noticed small bumps on the clitoris that are very itchy but cannot notice anything much around the anus area. It has become very uncomfortable. I am not sexually active and I am a teenager. What could this be? What can i do about this?
Asked On : Sat, 20 Oct 2012
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HELLO SABY,
Well the bumps can be due to itching. the itching can be due to a fungal or a bacterial infection. You may need a combination of anti bacterial and anti fungal ointment and oral drugs to combat itching after consulting and being checked by your doc. Well you may also have to do a stool examination to look for worms and may need a deworming.
You need to maintain proper vulvar hygiene. GOOD LUCK AND DON'T WORRY
Answered: Tue, 23 Oct 2012
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