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I have itchy clitoris when on fertomid. Why is this happening ?

I m on fertomid and every time I am suppose to ovulate, or after I ovulate my clitoris gets very irritated and itchy and the skin chips off. I also get a solid yellowish discharge, which sometimes blocks my vagina. This only lasts for approximately 7 days after ovulation , then everything goes back to normal. I put Vaseline just to make it moist and less itchy. I ve done pap smears and all is seemingly in order. Could it b d fertomid.
Asked On : Sun, 17 Jul 2011
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Have you started using a new Sanitary pad recently. It's possible you could have allergy to the pad. Also if you are sexually active it would be wise to get tested for STDs. Any burning sensation on passing urine. Keep the area clean. Take an antihistamine to get relief from the itching. Better to get it looked at by your Gynaecologist to rule out infections. Get your PAP smear and blood sugar tested as well.
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