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I am suffering from clitoris discomfort.

I had a c-section when I gived birth to my second child and was given an epidermal, the catheter was putten in after the shot and after the surgery when the epidermal wore off, my clitoris began to itch due to the wearing off of the epidermal. the itch has not gone away and my child will be 3 in september-my doctor then prescribed jock itch medicine, and that has not worked-no matter what I ve done this itch on my clitoris won t go away, presently it has swollen due to my constant scratching-i think that the epidermal and the catherter had something to do with it-please help
Asked On : Thu, 8 Jul 2010
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thanks ffor query,
It seems that you might some allergy to this materials.
At present due to itching infection is likely to occurred.
Apply triple action cream.
Take antihistamin daily for few days.
If infection is there then go for antibiotic course.
Keep local part clean and hygienic.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Thu, 8 Sep 2011
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