Itchy clitoris? Yeast infection or…?

Taylor Asked: Itchy clitoris? Yeast infection or…?

So, just the hood and the outer sides of my clitoris are itchy. They've been this way on and off for the past few days, and I'm starting to get really worried. Do I have a yeast infection? There is no odor of any sort in my discharge, and it's just in the clitoris area. The entire area is swollen and red, which is probably just from me scratching it.

Sidenotes: I've recently had a UTI, and I'm still taking antibiotics to get rid of it, but I don't know if that has anything to do with it.
Also, I've had a lot of sex recently. Two or three times on a daily bases, could that be what's irritating my sensitive skin in that area? He doesn't shave his pelvis area, so the hair and the rubbing between the two areas could be contributing to this strange itchiness.

Please, help. I'm concerned and uncomfortable.

Answers:

JP Answered:
Sounds like a yeast infection.



Nikki Darkspear Answered:
it was a week wine that had very little alcohol content

you had to drink lots and lots to get drunk



Inigo Montoya Answered:
Wine was favored over water — or even grape juice — in those days because it killed the rampant bacteria and germs that was in water.Ergo, when making up Jesus stories, it would make more logical sense to use wine (as that is what people who didn't want diarrhea would drink, even children) than water.Besides, how mystical is it to turn water into grape juice?Kinda ruins the whole flavor of a mystical being, doesn't it?



seeker of Holy God Answered:
Why should you suppose that the word alcohol (wine) means something other than it says?



Auntie Anne Arkey Answered:
The Bible very clearly says he made wine into water. Wine must be alcoholic or else it is not wine. The scripture of this is below:

(John 2:8-9) And he [Jesus] said to them: Draw some out now and take it to the director of the feast. So they took it. 9When, now, the director of the feast tasted the water that had been turned into wine but did not know what its source was, although those ministering who had drawn out the water knew, the director of the feast called the bridegroom



Anthony D Answered:
Jesus drank wine. At the Last Supper, it would have been a sin if he hadn't drunk wine, because that's what the Jews drank during Passover. The wedding guests had already drunk a lot of wine. It was definitely wine that Jesus made. Drinking wine is not a sin to Jews, which is what Jesus was.



Answered:
jesus was a jew.jews dont have any problem drinking. there is even a holiday where you HAVE to get drunk.

its POSSIBLE, but only a muslim would believe it, and only because they really wanted to



Lightning Answered:
Not likely.According to the gospels, Jesus' disciples drank alcohol, which is why they were called "drunkards" by some of the more conservative folks.Also, it's unlikely that they would serve grape juice rather than real wine at a wedding.



No chance without luck Answered:
I also wondered about this.The only thing that made sense of it is astro-theology.It was a symbolic story, about the coming of spring, about the harvest about the grapes.If you are interested in knowing the truth, the truth that will set you free, promised by Jesus, then check out http://www.jordanmaxwell.com/articles/ashttp://jesusastrotheology.netfirms.com/ It was also upsetting to me that Jesus said he came for His sheep, not the gentiles, and in explaining why he spoke in parables, he said to the Apostles, not to us, that to you it is given to know the mysteries of the kingdom of heaven, to them it is not, this goes way back to the mystery cults who kept hidden gnostic (knowing) knowledge from the masses…don't throw your pearls before swine.Jesus was biased against most people, certainly a great master would not be that way, I believe the whole story is fiction, and you can see from the site the roots of these stories go way back to the so called pagan god ideas, which are highly misunderstood.Why else would the inquisition happen, the burning of the libraries, the deleting of all the knowledge behind these stories, and the indoctrination over 500 years of turning Jesus into a literal person, and then making him God.Even great masters will not tell us this truth, they just try to work within people's belief systems.I have a great respect for the Muslim faith, especially that we are told to be caretakers of the earth,not to dominate it as we have. But to know the truth, to me means more than any false security or foundation, my personal preferences, or my attachment to beliefs.We were not born without an internal compass, showing the way home, to look to others for truth instead of to look within, is a mistake in my estimation.Listen to your own knowing, but keep your mind open to new ideas, and always pursue the truth, if you do you will find it and it will set you free.



dARI Answered:
Seriously, no.



Kathy Miller Answered:
Wine stands for another word for something else. It doesn't mean wine as we know it today. Just like sword is the other word for "The word of God."



Gervaise Mollusk Answered:
Try and by some wine cut with water…..hahaha



PATRICK R Answered:
it was indeed FRESH GRAPE JUICE Friend:-) I am astounded at how that not many Christians know this and are "assuming" Our Saviour embibed!!!:-(
Among Christians, there are two primary camps of thought on this sensitive topic. The first group argues that Jesus Himself drank wine, and since a Christian is a follower of Christ, how can it be forbidden? And generally, they add with a moderate air: but even so, drinking should not be done to
The word wine in the Bible sometimes refers to the newor fresh juice of the grape; other times it is used to describe the aged or fermented product containing the drug alcohol. The translators never used the term grape juice. In the Hebrew text, the writers use different words to distinguish between the two. The word tyrsh is used for new unfermented wine, and yayin is generally used for fermented wine, but there were some exceptions (Isaiah 16:10). However, in the New Testament, only one Greek word is used to describe both fermented and fresh grape juice: oinis . But this shouldnt be a problem. By simply understanding the context of the word in a passage, the appropriate meaning will usually surface. So unless the passage says old or new wine (as in Luke 5:3739), the context will often tell us what kind of grape juice is being described.
One simple example occurs in Mark 2:22: And no one puts new wine into old wineskins; or else the new wine bursts the wineskins, the wine is spilled, and the wineskins are ruined. But new wine must be put into new wineskins (NKJV). Obviously the new wine would be the fresh unfermented kind.
Additionally, from the Old Testament, in Isaiah 65:8, we read, As the new wine is found in the cluster, And one says, Do not destroy it, For a blessing is in it It is clear in both these passages that the new wine is simply grape juice.
The whole of Scripture is clearly and adamantly against the consumption of alcohol, but human nature will look upon any textual ambiguity as a loophole to justify drinking alcohol.
An example of this reasoning is the wedding in Cana, where Jesus turned water into wine. When the master of the feast had tasted the water that was made wine, and did not know where it came from (but the servants who had drawn the water knew), the master of the feast called the bridegroom. And he said to him, Every man at the beginning sets out the good wine, and when the guests have well drunk, then the inferior. You have kept the good wine until now! (John 2:9, 10). Those who support the intake of alcohol suggest this must have been alcoholic wineafter all, it was a wedding, and every wedding has wineright? But lets pause to consider the implications. There were six pots for Jesus to fill, and each of those would hold 20 to 30 gallons. Thats up to 180 gallons of beverage!
Are we to believe that Jesus made 180 gallons of a destructive drugenough to get every guest drunk and launch this new marriage with slurring lips and staggering feet? Indeed, He would have been acting against His own Word! (Habakkuk 2:15; Luke 12:46; Ephesians 5:18). If we approach this passage relying on the whole of Scripture, we must surely come to the conclusion that Jesus made unfermented wineand the governor of the feast complimented the groom on its pure quality. (John 2:4, 6, 10. See also Mark 1:24, 2 Samuel 16:10).

Happy and Blessed Sabath to ALL:-)



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