I've had sharp pain (last 1 second or 2) on my clitoris for 2 months already. It usually hurts only when I do a particular motion like sit ups, wearing pants/socks which makes my legs bend upwards, bending my back to pick up something or even sitting down and putting more pressure on the clitoral area. It does not hurt if I'm just lying down, standing up or sitting down comfortably.
I've seen several doctors and non of them can diagnose what's wrong with me. I've done all kinds of test(UTI, yeast, bacteria infection, cultures, gonorrhea) as well and it all came back negative. There is no abnormal discharge or pain in other parts of the vulva, no odor, no itching, no burning. Please help.
I have had a swollen clitoris hood that is now the size of two grapes...I can't even pull back the hood to see my clitoris. What is this? It has been getting worse for about one week. I am not sexually active with a partner so it isn't an STD. I usually get a yeast infection from my birth control pills so I thought it was related and called my Dr. and told him I needed something for a really bad yeast infection. So far it has been two days and nothing has changed. this is painful due to the swelling. It isn't even red or oozing anything. All I can do is take a bath, take anti-inflamatories and rest. I can't even wear pants. Please help. Why does everyone post a problem on this website but never follow up with what they found out? Where are all the answers to everyone's problems? Not sure this website it helpful at all....
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