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Itchy clitoris, had flu, had multipe bites and stings. Reason?

Hi, I have been having a problem which is getting worse. My clitoris has been really itchy. I thought this might be the start of thrush so I have used canesten cream a few times which hasn't helped. It feels like it is inside as opposed to outside of it. I have been unwell recently with flu and I was really poorly with it. Prior to that I wasn't too good as I had multiple bites and stings which also made me poorly. I don't know whether it's just my system run down or whether this could be the start of something bigger.
Asked On : Tue, 15 Oct 2013
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Do not worry, everything will be ok my dear, but you need to have patience.

Flu is often associated with problems of uro-genital tract. If canesten cream has not worked for you, I'd suggest to test the vaginal swab and culture for deeper evaluation and to determine the type of infection and/or treatment.

I suggest to test your urine to exclude urinary tract infection too.

Hormonal changes during the menstrual cycle can cause itching of genital area.

If the itching is localized only in the clitoris, and if you are used to masturbate, I'd recommend to stop masturbating until you get better.

Drink plenty of water, eat healthy and get more physical activity, try not to get sit down on a chair for long hours.

All the best!
Answered: Tue, 15 Oct 2013
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