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Clitoris swelling tearing labia minora

About  a year ago, I had a yeast infection along with bacterial vaginitis. The yeast infection went away but the bacterial vaginitis did not . I've also been having a weird sensation on my clitoris along with what looks like a red blister right on it. Every time I touch it it hurts , and when I went to the doctor they prescribed me more pills for bacterial vaginosis, they even prescribed me for herpes just incase . Ive dealt with it for about a year now but decided to take action once I started noticing that right below my clitoris (where the red "blister" is at) my skin started to slowly rip..I honestly don't know how to explain this but my labia minora started to tear in a shape of like a pimple. It doesn't hurt or anything it just separated from the rest of my lip. It frightened me so I decided to go to a gynecologist who ended up not knowing what it was either. She tested me for yeast, urine, bacterial vaginitis again and any stds. Everything came back negative except for bacteria vaginosis. So I was prescribed the same pills for a 3rd time but even so these tears in my labia minora are still occurring. I have gotten two more "tears/small bumps" right below my swollen red painful clitoris since I've visited the gyno and at this point I'm not so sure if it's even worth it to go since she does not know what it could be . Can someone please help !
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I have the same problem I have a blister on my labia its white and painful. Am planning on going to the clinic later so I will let u know.
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Well for me its sti n I got antibiotics n flagel
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Than you  for the reply I hope you get well soon! I got prescribed flagyl for the bacterial vaginosis and it helped with the ruination but unfortunately the blisters still remain there :( I'm going to have to make an appointment before I get any more
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