Doctor insights on:
For the past 5 days I have felt a pinching sensation in my clitoris/urethra area. I've also had some lower back and abdomen cramps, but I'm ovulating.
I get this cramp in my vulva. Its not vaginal, or in my uterine area. Its more inside my vulva, the space between my clitoris and my urethra.
To get an accurate DX, an exam will be necessary.
Please call and get this scheduled. ...Read more
Can clitoral orgasm cause miscarriage? I used a clit vibrator and i felt a moderate uterine cramp with the orgasm. Did i put my pregnancy at risk?
No: Orgasms don't cause a miscarriage so you needn't worry. Orgasms can cause uterine contractions (cramping) and that's normal whether pregnant or not, though typically these are benign and don't cause preterm delivery. Having said that, if you have a condition like placenta previa then you're doctor would advise you not to have orgasms of any kind. ...Read more
When I orgasm from clitoral masterbation, my lower stomach cramps and throbs with pain. After that, blood pumps out heavily. Normal sex hurts the rectum and pelvic area without orgasm because I can't orgasm from regular intercourse. I just want this excru
You need to have a GYN exam done and discuss your symptoms at that time.
Then you will get an accurate DX and treatment if needed. ...Read more
I had very rough sex with my s/o recently and my clitoris has been swollen and painful for two days now. It hurts to the touch. Could this be trauma?
Some women have a small clitoral hood (the piece of skin covering the clitoris).
If your clitoris is growing or larger then the size of your pinky and this is associated with increased dark hairs on your body and voice deepening you should see a physican. ...Read more
Genetics, hormones: Or arousal. Some people are tall ; others short, same with size of clitoris. Arousal makes blood filled corpora (rods) erect ; thus large. Girls born with adrenal cortical hyperplasia can be born with a very large clitoris which can initially present as an ambiguous genitalia problem. Women who develop an androgen (testosterone-like) secreting tumor can experience clitoral enlargement. ...Read more
Yes.: Obviously aa surgical solution exists. Lets not go there! it's permanent. But topical Lidocaine works quickly. And of longer term, ssris like low dose Prozac (fluoxetine) make it more difficult to achieve an orgasm in both sexes and is a treatment for premature ejaculation in males! ...Read more
Pudendal neuropathy: Clitoral pain is due to a neuropathy of the anterior branch of the pudendal nerve. It can be the result of trauma such as horseback riding, violent stimulation or tight clothes. Most often the exact cause is unknown. Treatment may include medication and in some cases nerve blocks. See > http://bit.ly/21cIJDf ...Read more
Simple vs serious: Our bodies always have things that grow and change. Skin, fat, muscle, lymph nodes, bones, can change shape, get larger, more prominent due to many factors. The vast majority are not cancer but simply unusual growths like fatty tumors, cysts, skin tags, moles, etc. Most cause no symptoms and can be watched. If they cause symptoms or change colors, bleed, bruise or hurt, then see your doctor. ...Read more
Contact dermatitis: is a common cause. Have you used any products in the area that might cause irritation? I would recommend that you use only a soap for sensitive skin or no soap at all for a few days. If it doesn't resolve or worsens, it would be good to schedule an appointment with your gyn. HPV, herpes, eczema, and vulvar dystrophies are all possibilities that your gyn can rule out. ...Read more
A few thoughts: Inflammation of the pudendal nerve or dorsal nerve of the clitoris, splinter (as from nylon), infection, to name a few.If the cause is not obvious, is severe, or constant, I recommend a visit to your gynecologist.If that does not solve the problem, or not cause is found, I would consider consulting a pain specialist, especially one familiar with peripheral neuropathic pain. ...Read more
A few things: Rash may be due to a reaction with clothing or from soaps/creams on your hands. It could also be due to an infection. If you have changed detergents or soaps, change back and see primary care or gyn to get the rash cleared up. ...Read more