Yesterday I cut myself shaving my lady parts and I thought I had really hurt myself. There was no blood but a clear split of skin. I was confused and scared so I went online and posted a question here. After about two hours of looking online I realized that I had in fact not injured my urethra but my clitoral hood. I put Neosporin on it last night and today but now discovered that it will actually slow down the healing process. I don't think I need to go to the doctor now because people get that area of their genitalia pierced and are just fine. But it does look quite weird now and I can actually see my clitoris not just my clitoral hood. Do I still need to go to a doctor or just be extra clean and wait for it to heal? Thanks bunches!!!
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