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Depends: See your md, it could be and infection, rash, allergy etc. You need to be examined for an accurate diagnosis. ...Read more
Blisters on clitoris, swollen clitoris, white discharge, no pain other than after I urinate the sores rub against eachother. What could it be?
See a GYN MD: Have a gyn md evaluate the blister as it is impossible to tell you what it is otherwise. ...Read more
I have blisters on my clitoris. It hurts and is itchy. Very little clear liquid on it. What is it.?
I woke up this morning to find what looks like a blood blister on my clitoris. It won't pop or wash off. Is this normal? What should I do? What is it?
See a doctor.: You may want to see a doctor. It could be the result of trauma from manipulation in that case is should go away without further irritation but if no recent trauma you should get it checked by a doctor. ...Read more
I had a normal Pap smear a few months ago but I just broke out in blisters on the hood of my clitoris. Is it just from rubbing or from HPV?
How do I know if I have herpes because I don't see blisters but I just itch monthly under clitoris hood where the hair grows it's really red and itchy?
Probably not herpes: Recurrent itching usually isn't herpes, and herpes rarely recurs as often as once a month; 3-6 times a year is more typical. This sounds more like a yeast infection or some other skin condition. See a doctor while you're having symptoms. Australia's sexual health centres are superb, and Melbourne's is among the best. Give them a call or see your personal physician. Good luck! ...Read more
My clitoris is peeling, it isn't sore. Doesn't look like a blister, no weird discharge. What's happeningv?
Had a sore close to clitoris it only hurted when touched nor did it form little blisters, doctor say it didn't look like herpes. What are the odds?
See below: HSV 2 doesn't always present as tiny blisters. Best way to tell is to test fluid or smear from the lesion. If this isn't practical then a serologic antibody test for HSV 2 can be helpful IF you have never had HSV2 before this. It can take up to 2 weeks to turn (+) after contracting HSV2. if the test is (-) then it isn't HSV2. If (+) it suggests it is Herpes. ...Read more
I have whitish dishcharge from vagina (from2weeks)with intense itching redness on clitoris nd labiaminora. I found tiny red blisters on my inner thigh.
Yes: Vaginal itching can indicate infections like yeast or stis like herpes. It can indicate an allergic reaction to household products like certain soaps and laundry detergents. There are also some skin conditions liked lichen sclerosis which can cause vaginal itching. You will need to see an Obgyn for testing ...Read more
I have a small patch of little blisters above my clitoris in my pubic region, there extremely sore and burny. Faithful partner can't be an STD. Help?
Get evaluated: You need to be seen by a physician for evaluation and testing to determine the cause of your symptoms. Treatment may be required but that can't be said clearly until an accurate diagnosis can be made. Even if your partner is 100% faithful, it is possible to pass along issues such as herpes that may have been contracted prior to your relationship. ...Read more
Itchy pubic area directly above clitoris. Clitoral hood has a weird blister or raw lesion. Rawness between labia minora and majora. No STDs or stis?
You need an exam: Your symptoms are suggestive of a herpes simplex infection (sexually transmitted), but yeast (not sexually transmitted) may cause similar symptoms of rawness and itching. If you also have a white, cottage cheese-like discharge, it is more likely to be yeast. The bottom line is that you need to have an exam done by a health professional. And no sex until you find out! ...Read more
Ulcer? On inner labia minora above urethral & under clitoris. No swelling or itching no smell or discharge only burns when touched no blisters or bump
Needs to be checked: Any ulcer like you described needs to be checked by your doctor. Based on your description we can not say what it is caused by. Any genital ulcer in a 25 years old can be due to Sexually Transmitted Disease. We need more history and needs to be examined and may need some tests to find and treat ...Read more
Get medical eval: Make sure you don't have an herpetic or other infection, . ...Read more
I have small white bumps on my clitoral area and also a small blister right above that area close to the pubic area.
I have what looks like a blister or 2 on the inside of my right clitorus. I have got vaginal discharge as a yellowy watery colour. Extremely painful!
Please get an exam: Your symptoms sound much like a possible std, such as herpes. I would suggest you have an exam asap so you can know. There are medications that you can take to help you no matter what the infection is. It's a good idea to abstain from sexual relations until you are treated. ...Read more
Need exam: There are several possibilities. But they require an exam to diagnose. You can try asking for a private conversation and post a photo to get an opinion on this site. ...Read more
Blisters on clitorus, and sore. I use protection. Happened few days after hair removal cream. Allergic reaction? Or still std?
Some women have a small clitoral hood (the piece of skin covering the clitoris).
If your clitoris is growing or larger then the size of your pinky and this is associated with increased dark hairs on your body and voice deepening you should see a physican. ...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 more
Yes.: Obviously aa surgical solution exists. Lets not go there! It's permanent. But topical Lidocaine works quickly. And of longer term, ssris like low dose Prozac (fluoxetine) make it more difficult to achieve an orgasm in both sexes and is a treatment for premature ejaculation in males! ...Read more
Pudendal neuropathy: Clitoral pain is due to a neuropathy of the anterior branch of the pudendal nerve. It can be the result of trauma such as horseback riding, violent stimulation or tight clothes. Most often the exact cause is unknown. Treatment may include medication and in some cases nerve blocks. See > http://bit. Ly/21cIJDf ...Read more