I am a 47 year old female. 2 months ago my father had a stroke & I spent long hours every day for 10 days sitting by his bedside. I developed extreme sensitity and pain in my outer genitals, nothing internal. It feels as if my genitals are being pricked by pins or smashed when sitting. Nothing is visible and I have been to my OB/GYN who could find nothing and told me to take one Advil a.m. and p.m. Obviously this did nothing and the pain/sensistivy continues when sitting. There is no rash, bumps, or discharge. I have tried Cortisone 10, antibacterial lotion, Vagasil, Monostat, even a diaper rash creme, trying to build a barrier between any fabrics and my skin. At night I literraly put an ice pack on my crotch, I am in so much pain from irritation all day long. Do you have any idea what this could be or what I can do, aside from going bottomless? I am so embarrassed to go to another doctor after my OB/GYN completely dismissed me. Thank you
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