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Burning Tingling Pubic Area
Condom broke 5 days ago, now I have a tingling in my uretha and a slight tingle or itch around pubic area. No rash or sores, No burning urine. ?
Not STD: Without a urethral discharge and/or discomfort in the urethra on voiding it's very unlikely that you contracted Chlamydia or GC. If you don't see a rash in the pubic area likely ok. Check for pubic lice. Symptoms may be due to worry. As always, check with your Dr if symptoms persist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Herpes or razor burn
I shaved 3 days ago. I have several small pimples now at the top o my pubic area. No burning or tingling, but pain in my thigh?
Difficult to assess: Visualization of the bumps would likely be necessary to determine the true cause, since the symptoms you are describing are not consistent with one over the other. Herpes lesions are typically blistered or ulcerated (open), while razor burn/folliculitis lesions appear more as red pimples. Folliculitis however, does not usually cause referred pain, while herpes often does. ...Read more
Had unprotected oral sex. Next day tingling, burning sensation in my mouth/vaginal area. One week later big purple bump with fluid on pubic. Std?
Need STI screening: Unprotected oral sex (given or received i.e. fellatio or cunilingus) associated with unprotected sexual-genital intercourse with someone who may be an oral or genital carrier of a sexually transmitted infection, does place you at risk for a STI in your oropharynx and in your pelvis. Consult a Gyn or an Infectious Disease doctor who specializes in screening and treatment of STIs to seek answers. ...Read more
What can it be when I have a numb tingling feeling in my pubic area on the left side. And it also appears to be a bit fluffy.
See a doctor: Have no idea what this could be without a full history and exam. Go see a doctor, get diagnosed and treated if necessary. Good luck. ...Read more
This : This sounds like an allergic reaction. Are you using any new soaps, shower gels? Also consider the water, is it possibly to hot, and lastly was the area recently shaved, or waxed, if so this could be the cause. Try switching to a mild soap (i.e. Dove), lower the water temperature, and buy an after shave or after wax cream if applicable, and monitor for improvement. If none of these things work, see your doctor for an evaluation. Best of luck. ...Read more
The way that form...: of stimulation by that person happens to be perceived by your sensory nerves being stimulated is burning/tingling. It may depend whether you're talking about direct clitoral stimulation causing that feeling vs. a more generalized stimulation throughout the vaginal area not necessarily just by the clitoras. If the sensation is unpleasant you may wish to speak to your partner & figure it out. ...Read more
6mon. hav passed conti.burning sensation at one point wr.d pubic area starts in right side as it stared d day I accidently swallowed a smal sharp glas?
4 months ago i gave birth & after i gave birth i've been having a burning pain in pubic area on left side it hurts
Exam: You likely need an exam to see what's going on. There could be a nerve that was injured during the birthing process. There could be an infection, or it could be musculoskeletal. But it will be impossible to tell without a thorough exam. See your gynecologist and don't suffer in silence. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer