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Itchy clitoral hood, become red with tiny lumps. Tests normal. Cause?

I ve noticed for the past month my clitoral hood has been itchy. It isn t always, usually when it has been irritated. The left, right and middle are red when itched and soar. I can actually see and extremely small tear right down the fold. There are a few tiny bumps and if I squeeze it a little puss comes out. Occasionally the soar areas become dry and looks like dry skin . There is no scab or puss oozing. I was tested for all stds and my results came back clean. I don t know what it is or if there is anything I can use. My discharge is the same. I noticed the change in my vagina after my first yeast infection a month ago.
Sat, 23 Nov 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
From history it seems that you might be having ingrown hair follicle infection or fungal infection giving itching and infection.
Go for one antibiotic medicine course.
Take some anti-histamine like Cetrizine or Benadryl for itching.
Apply triple acting cream locally.
Keep local hygiene clean and healthy.
Ok and take care.
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