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Forum Name: Gynecology
Question: clitoral pain, damaged nerves?
|barbarella - Tue Apr 17, 2007 7:16 am||
I'm a 25 year old female. No surgeries done, no medications, normally I'm healthy.
About a month ago I had some cystitis or so, and I had some episodes of strong urge to pee.
Then I tried not do let it out by making pressure on my vulvar zone with my hand from my pockets, and since then I notice that I have pain on my clitoris when pressured. The sensation feels as if I had a little thorn buried on my clitoris, more or less on the center, a little on the left.
I had many times cystitis before. Also candidiasis that caused me clitoral pain when touched ( in some way similar to this) that fixed itself, but now it's not improving, so I'm suspecting nerve's damage or so.
Could I have damaged my nerves just by the hand's pressure? Is it forever?
Thanks for your help, and forgive my bad english (is not my language).
|Debbie Miller, RN - Tue Apr 17, 2007 3:24 pm||
If you are still having pain after a month it is probably time for you to talk to your doctor about this. It seems unlikely that permanent damage could have resulted from such a mild trauma but maybe something else is going on that a doctor can determine and help you with. Don't be afraid to talk with him or her about this important concern.
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