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Why is my clit so sensitive

HELP! About 5 weeks ago I saw two strands of hair under my clitoral hood. So I lifted up my clitoral hood and wiped it out, but I wiped my actual clit too hard. Ever since then I’ve been very sensitive depending on my movements. About a week after that I took a hot bath and my area SWELLED UP. I went to the doctor and she says there could be a cut on my clit from the hair. (No yeast infections or anything) but if that was the case it would’ve healed by now
I am 13 weeks on depo & getting off
I JUST WANT TO BE BETTER & NORMAL, how much longer do I have to wait? Is there nerve irritation? Or maybe a micro cut or something? HAS ANYONE EVER DONE THIS BEFORE?
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I'm not sure.  You did have a doctor look at it which is good.  They have a spray you can use that they give women after childbirth that helps with pain.  Ask your doctor about it.  They sell Dermoplast pain relieving spray which I used after a tear from having a child.  It helped.  They have creams too that you can have prescribed for you which relieves the pain.  But it should heal.  Give it time.  
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