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Causes Of Tingling In Clitoris
Feel discomfort in clitoris aftr urination. Throbbing/tingling feeling. No pain during/after urination just discomfort. Cause? No bact. in urine.
Unsure: If that symptom persists you should see your doctor or see a urologist. There are conditions related to the bladder that can present as you describe without having an actual bacterial urinary tract infection. A urologist would usually be able to diagnose and treat those conditions. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have been having this tingling sensation in my Clitoris and the strong urge to pee but nothing comes out, I've been having this feeling for 2 days.
Okay i've been feeling a tingling sensation on my clitoris but it also feels like an urge to pee too. Not sure. Could it be an aftershock from orgasm?
Urethritis: This is due to inflammation of the distal urethra. If it goes away if can be from simple mild trauma during sex. If it persists or worsens it could be due to an infection (mostly from your own intestinal bacteria) see your primary care provider for evaluation and possible antibiotic treatment. ...Read more
Constant urge to pee. Tingling/pain in clitoris towards finishing of pee. No smell or color change?
Here are some ...: First thing to do is check if you've UTI or bladder dysfunction in storing urine through pro-evaluation and counseling. If ok, some neuropathy in fine nerve fibers to clitoris may be the culprit for your clitoral tingling & pain. Such understanding induces the latest direction of care although there are still a lot needed to be validated. More? Ask Doc timely. . ...Read more
I'm a 16 year old female band just recently I've been feeling a weird tingling sensation in my clitorus. Since then I've had the sudden urge to pee.
May have infection: Can't tell you of the clitoral thing but "urgency" to urinate is a possible sign of an infection of the bladder. You could just up your H2O intake for 1-2 days & be vigilant of symptoms. Maybe add in some TRUE cranberry juice (unsweetened) and see what happens. If things worsen, need to get testing. If you'd like to talk to me more: www.healthtap.com/drsaghafi ...Read more
Genetics, hormones: Or arousal. Some people are tall ; others short, same with size of clitoris. Arousal makes blood filled corpora (rods) erect ; thus large. Girls born with adrenal cortical hyperplasia can be born with a very large clitoris which can initially present as an ambiguous genitalia problem. Women who develop an androgen (testosterone-like) secreting tumor can experience clitoral enlargement. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ambiguous Genitalia: Another consideration would be ambiguous genitalia which includes the adrenal hyperplasia scenario mentioned above but also includes various intersex entities. Determination of the child's genotype (xx or xy) would be a good first step in the evaluation. See: http://emedicine.Medscape.Com/article/1015520-overview a bit complicated but lots of info. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possibly normal: Great varuiation in normal clitoris size from tiny nubbin to about 1/2size of normal pinky finger. Markedly enlared clitoris is seen in in females with adrenogenital syndrome, in which case the clitoris can be confused with a penis and even the vagina is sealed. When severe is considered an ambiguous genitalia problem + needs a pedi endocrine dr + urologist. Androgenic tumors can cause enlargement. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Itchy,white patches: Itchy,white patches in the genital area and, at times, also in the anus are seen with a dermatological disorder called lichen sclerosis et atrophicus. This condition, if present, is best treated with corticosteroid creams to relieve symptoms and prevent long term complications. A dermatologist is best qualified to diagnose and treat this disorder or any other skin pathology. ...Read more
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