What does it mean when your clitoris swells and is irritated
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Irritation and swelling around clitoris
I just noticed some redness and swelling around my clitoris and labia. There is some itchiness as well. The onset was sudden and immediate. I last had sex about four days ago so I didn t think it could be from that. What could cause such sudden irritation and swelling (my clitoris seems much...
Irritating lump underneath clitoris. What is this?
I have a very small irritating lump right underneath my clitoris on the left side of my labia, it isn t discolored at all and it doesn t itch but It s very irritating to touch, it feels sore when I wipe it and when it rubs my underwear, It s bigger than a zit, smaller than a pea, and it is not...
Lump on clitoris. What is it?
Hi...I was using the restroom and felt a small lump near my clitoris when I finished wiping.I pulled back on the left bit and found a lump.it looks kind of like a spider bite and I grabbed it and it did actually feel kind of hard.it doesn t hurt or itch or anything.it doesn t look like any...
Less sensation in clitoris
less sensation in clitoris and what can you do to get it back. What can you do if your clitoris feels less sensation then before and takes so long to orgasim, and then u get sore?How can u get that back?????????
sometimes when I wipe I see a little bit of blood from my clitoris what does that mean?
The bleeding could be from the clitoris or from per vagina. If you feel burning during urination it may indicate that there is man injury over the clitoris and applying antibacterial cream like Mupirocin would suffice.
Hi, i have had a burning sensation in my clitoris and it hurts when i sit down. Im not sure what it could be?
It could be several things, overstimulation, an inflammation of the area by local irritants and also a vaginitis, which could or not be sexually transmitted (for example proliferation of own bacteria is not sexually transmitted). Best course of action having a provider conduct a pelvic exam with a speculum included to see if he identifies a source of irritation.
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