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My clitoris is itchy and it turns swollen bec i rub it so hard. Please advice?

My clitoris is itchy and it turns swollen bec i rub it so hard. Please advice?

Itching: You need to have an evaluation to determine why you are itching. You may have an infection or an allergy. ...Read more

Clitoris (Definition)

The clitoris is a female sexual organ present in mammals, ostriches and a limited ...Read more


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Am pregnant in 5 months .Having discomfort in my clitoris .. Not itchy not swollen. Could it be UTI ?

Yes: Women who are pregnant often have unique sensations when they have a uti, not the typical pain and burning with urination that non-pregnant women may have. If you're worried, definitely see a doctor and have them test your urine. Sometimes a yeast infection may cause symptoms, but not itching, so be sure to have doctor check for that as well. ...Read more

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I dont know if it is some kind of STD or I dont know my anatomy. i have a small hole on my clitoris, its itchy but no redness or blood or anything?

I dont know if it is some kind of STD or I dont know my anatomy. i have a small hole on my clitoris, its itchy but no redness or blood or anything?

Here are some ...: Most likely, what described is your personal unique anatomical variation; to prove it, just watch & see for next 6 months. If unchanged, it's what I suggest. Meanwhile, don't fiddle it around, i.e., leave it alone with regular gentle cleansing & drying without overzealous compulsive rubbing for cleansing or intense sex stimulation. If still in doubt, seek pro-evaluation & counseling timely. Best.. ...Read more

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The last three days or so my clitoris is very itchy. Not a yeast infect. No changes to suggest allergy but have eaten more sugar than normal. Cause?

The last three days or so my clitoris is very itchy. Not a yeast infect. No changes to suggest allergy but have eaten more sugar than normal. Cause?

Sugar & yeast: Ingesting large amounts of sugar will increase the amount of sugar in the vaginal epithelium and vulva which can increase the risk of yeast infection therefore, the clitoral itching. First, decrease the sugar intake and see if the itching gets better. If not, see a MD and be examined for yeast vulvovaginits. ...Read more