Causes Small Spots Appear In The Area Of the Clitoris?
Good night, I am a 21 year old girl and have never had sexual relations. 2 days ago I just finished menstruating, tonight I cleaned my vagina and just realized there was a small spot in the area of the clitoris. I don’t feel itching or other signs and I have never had sexual relations before.
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Reproductive organs are sensitive organs and are important for humans in their perspective as individuals, social human beings and also in health perspectives. Maintaining the health of the reproductive organs from the genitals to the organs in reproduction is the responsibility of each individual for personal health and also to obtain healthy and faithful offspring.
So if in an effort to maintain and care for these reproductive organs, there are accompanying complaints that may interfere, then conducting an examination and evaluation directly to the obstetrician or to the andrologist will help find out the exact cause of the complaints that follow.
In connection with your question, the presence of complaints of white spots or the appearance of soft white like blackheads on your clitoral / genital area may be a form of smegma, especially if you do not feel other comorbid complaints and you have never had sex before.
Smegma is a form of collection of dirt and dead cells that are in your female area. In addition, smegma is usually composed of mucus, the production of glands in the vaginal area that gather together with dead cells and debris. The nature of smegma is usually soft, such as komeda, whitish color, and when gathered in large quantities can smell unpleasant. So this smegma is a natural condition or a natural condition that occurs in women. In addition to women, men who have not been circumcised also often experience a buildup of smegma under the skin of the foreskin, so in men, circumcision is recommended to help clean the dirt that sticks to the penis.
However, if this complaint starts to bother you, then you should consult with your obstetrician for a physical examination and ascertain the cause of this complaint, whether it is smashes or other conditions such as vaginal discharge, fungal infections, injury / irritation to the vaginal area or infection due to a virus.
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