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Red around my clitorus area???

By March 5, 2017 - 5:27am
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Hello so a few days ago me and my oartner had unprotected sex.....then like 2 days afterwards i noticed red and imflamed around my clitorus amd there was a tinge of purple...it hasnt been really itchy it has just tingled once in a while and it doesnt hurt when i pee and theres no odour or thick white discharge or anytbing ....she has not slept with any other boys but only me but a while back i did have a boyfrined but we never had sex he only ever rubbed my clitorus and my friends are saying it could be a std?the boy i was with before didnt have any girlfriends besides me either....it started to notice it last thurs night/friday but its not inflamed anymore just the colours are still there amd its a tiny bit uncomfortable sometimes...:but it has gotten better since the past few days...do u have any idea what it is???

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Okay thanks i was thinking it could be friction ...i was wondering how could i use protection if i did it with a girl...i asked a pharmacist today amd she said if im not getting any smell or white thick dischage which im nkt having i dont have thrush she said it could be irritation too...amd said stds dont show symptoms until later on in the month...do u think i would need a cream for irritation or will it go away by itself in the mean time

March 5, 2017 - 2:41pm
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Check with the pharmacist on this since you have already spoken to her. But if it's just irritation, it should go away on its own.


March 5, 2017 - 3:55pm

Hello, Sonia.

Thank you for reaching out to us.

It might be irritation caused by friction during sex. The only way to know for sure is to see a doctor.


March 5, 2017 - 7:45am
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