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Had chlamydia. Why do I have discharge from clitoris area? Why is it red and swollen?

Hello, I am having a discharge from the clitoris area. There is not a bad smell and I have been tested for std . I had trich and clamidia a few months ago. I have not had sex since and was treated for the std. The area is red and swollen and sometimes itches. Before getting the std, I had not had sex in about seven years. There was a slight tear at the bottom of my vagina and it is also red and swollen.
Asked On : Sun, 19 Aug 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Jul 2012
Hi there jennifer. it appears your problem may be 'mechanical' & friction related. It is also possible that the chlamydial infection has not totally resolved. I would advise you to check for the herpes antigen too (if not already done so). please visit your dermatologist or gynecologist. A lubricant with an antibacterial component may help prior to sexual contact. It is red & swollen on account of some local 'inflammation' it microbial, fungal or mechanical. Do take a one time dose of a 150mg fluconazole-2gram tinnidazole combine. wish you a speedy recovery. Cheers!
Answered: Mon, 20 Aug 2012
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