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My Clitoris Burns
On the side of my clitoris it burns and is red burns when I wipe if I get to close and when water touches it no sexual activity in almost 2 years?
Ouch!: This is a most sensitive spot to have these symptoms as it can affect walking and daily activities. Have a GYN MD exam the area, determine the cause, and if necessary treat the problem. ...Read more
20 year old female with vaginal problems. Burned when urinating, now my clitoris itches and burns when scratched, now I can't hold my urine, odorous. ?
Yeast? UTI? STD?: This sounds like a yeast infection. However, the "can't hold urine" symptom could be from a bacterial urinary tract infection. Depending on sexual risks, an STD like chlamydia or gonorrhea are possible. Whatever the cause, it should be easy to diagnose and treat. See a doctor. It's probably nothing dangerous, but you still should be examined in the next couple of days. Good luck! ...Read more
Stay cool: First treat the injury as you would a similar injury anywhere on your body, namely keep the injured part clean (soap & water is all that is needed). You might want to apply a small amount of over the counter antibiotic ointment daily. It's not really convenient to say the least, to apply a "Band-Aid" to your clitoris so I would suggest that you apply a sterile gauze pad. Avoid sex until healed ...Read more
I have noticed an extra lump growing on the left side of my clitoris opening, it protrudes out and burns when i touch it. I am worried, please help.?
I have been using vagasil in my clitoris since I had a tiny cut which is now healing I think. It burns when I wipe. Why? My butt also itches.
3 days ago my inner lips and clitoris have been itchy mostly when i touch them, it also burns and i also have bumps on the inner lips. what can it be?
My clitoris has always been very sensitive it looks very red and swollen i m not sexually active it sometimes burns help ?
Evaluation: You should see your obgyn. You need to make sure there is no sign of a local infection. Also you want to make sure there is nothing on the surface or the skin nearby that is causing that. If there is a problem, you are best off getting it treated soon so it does not get worse and lead to any long lasting problems. ...Read more