PAINFUL, SWOLLEN AND ITCHY CLITORIS
hi can i ask something? yesterday i think i got my period because i got some starins on my undie.. and then i put napkins when i saw it it doesn t have any blood just brown stains.... las night it got itchy together with my vagina... then after that.
Red, swollen and itchy clitoris. It it herpes ?
PLEASE PLEASE HELP!!!!! I m an 18 year old girl and I am almost done with my course of anti-biotics and pro-biotics as I had broken my virginity without a condom and contracted a urinary tract infection. Now my clitoris is red, swollen and itchy not
Why clitoris excessive sensitivity feeling and itchiness ?
Hello. I am 30 years old, and healthy. Not allergic to anything as far as I know. I have been taking antibiotics for a throat infection, and now my clitoris is really itchy. It started about two days ago. It s so itchy that even a slight brush over c
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My skin has been peeling off my clitoris under the hood
Hi, the skin has been peeling off my clitoris under the hood for a few weeks now. It will heal for a bit but as soon as my boyfriend touches it again the skin starts peeling and little cuts develope on my clit. I recently had Mono and strep throat (a
Hi I read your query very carefully and it seems like a gnital infection, most probably sexually trasmited. consult your obstetrician.
I have an itchy clitoris along with blister looking bumps on the clitoris as well as under my clitoral hood. What is this?? Thank u.
The blisters if filed with clear fluid, could be due to herpes if you are sexually active. Fungal infection could be another possibility.
My Clitoris is swollen, itchy and red, occasinally its burns. What is it, what is things can I do @ home, and what should I do in general?
Hi, it could be cadidial infection, swelling due to friction or infection in the clitoral area. Try candid B ointment on the affected area twice daily. Keep the area hygienic. Wash with lukewarm water and pat dry completely.
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