I keep having this burning tingling feeling in my clitoris for about 4 days now. I changed my soap thinking it could be a reaction. But nothing has changed. I'm affraid it might be an std but I don't show very many symptoms. It burns sometimes and it tingles and every now and then it itches. I looked at it with a mirror and all I could see was a little red area above my clitoris and but now blisters. But there is a small place where it looks like the skin has been rubbed of or away and thats where its mostly burns at. Like I said I'm afraid i have an STD but its been a while since I had sex what do I do.
i have never had an std so i'm not entirely sure about that, but i have had my share of yeast infections! which are very ichy and burning feeling. burning especially if you are scratching at all. i would suggest making a dr. appt right away. they now make over the counter test kits for yeast infections too at any drug store, by monistat i think. you could start there while waiting to see a dr. good luck.
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