I didnt notice it before but i recently masturbated and it hurt so much to touch, the very top of the two parts of my clitoris are really swollen and red, and my urethra is really swollen. it doesnt hurt ...
Hi My clit has been swollen since Wednesday. I did masturbate a couple of days before that. But I have no idea why my clit is as swollen as it is. I have masturbated on other occasions but this has ...
I ve had this problem before. My clitoris is swollen , red-ish, and painful. It is hard to walk ... not extremely worried, but I would like to start treating it as soon as possible to get rid of it. I am pretty ...
and during foreplay he was aggressively rubbing my clitoris and it was dry and painful but I didn t say anything afterwards it hurt really bad and felt swollen tonight again we have sex twice my clitoris ...
used the dove my clitoris be itching so I kept scratching and it started to bleed and swell then I used the dove soap burning & itching stopped, but now my clitoris is still swelled what could it be? ...
My clitoris seems to be irritated maybe a little swollen and itches but not as bad as yesterday and still burns as well as burns after washing. Seems to be red
It seems to be due to either infection or allergic reaction by wipes.
As there is no discharge or discoloration you can wait for the body to heal on its own. Never to use such wipes. If it is taking time to settle i would give you some anti-allergic medicines like cetirizine and proper cleaning using cotton clothes to keep it dry.
Please write back for further queries.
Wishing good health.
My clitoris seems to be slightly swollen even though im not sure but its red and burns after washing and itches all around and above it and urges to pee
It seems there is a fungal infection and that needs to be treated. You may get a cervical swab and do culture and sensitivity. Meanwhile you can start a broad spectrum antibiotic such as Doxycycline.
I have like a white blister on my clitoris and its swollen and painful
Hi. This can be due to rubbing / scratching/ itching.
Usually a self-limiting disease. It would be better to get examined by a Gynecologist.
No specific treatment may be needed unless there is secondary infection.
Can you please provide a relevant history and finding to help you more.
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