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Painful, swollen and cut clitoris. Light yellow discharge. Guide

Hi I've been having a strong pain downtown... My clitorous feels swollen I'm have light yellow discharge & recently checked myself down there & have abt 2 cuts it stings when I pee to the point where I dnt want to pee anymore I can't walk or stand sit or sometimes lay down a certain position... The pain only goes away when I bath in hot or warm water & I've been using this antibiotics ointment this start on Monday so it's been 4 days w/ this horrific pain I am sacred I just turned 18 & afraid to tell my mother I haven't gone to see my doctor because I'm afraid of the results
Asked On : Sun, 21 Apr 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
It seems that you are having some infection locally.
You may require one antibiotic medicine course for healing your infection.
For this consult your doctor and get examined.
apply antibiotic cream locally.
Keep local part clean, dry and airy.
Wash local part with running water while taking bath.
Ok and take care.
Answered: Wed, 26 Jun 2013
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Ayurveda Specialist Dr. Phool Chander 's  Response
the symptoms u have described point to a local infection which may also be present in urinary tract. these can be related to irritation by tight clothings/moisture/excessive activity e.g. walking/ other mechanical irritation. rarely diabetes may be there (but at ur age its less likely). Infections of urinary tract are common in girls and enlarged finger nails can worsen them in case u scratch it often. Drink plenty of fluids, keep dry, use cotton clothes, apply a bit petoleum jelly (vaseline) before passing urine it will make a barrier and avoid burning sensation. oral antibiotics may be necessary for few days, consult a local doctor for that. don't get afraid from reporting to doctor but be afraid of consequences if it worsens. be bold and relax.
Answered: Mon, 1 Jul 2013
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