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I strained my pelvic floor muscles after working out. Why does my clitoris hurt? It's like a pulling sensation when I put pressure on it or touch it.
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
Clitoroplasty Surger: Reduction clitoroplasty is the best option. God forbid a clitoridectomy (amputation).Not many surgeons have experience with this surgery & are mostly experienced pediatric urologists as we take care of girls with adrenal hyperplasia which can cause a greatly enlarged clitoris. Glans clitoris must be preserved, whilst removing some erectile tissue from the shaft on each side. Please comment if u wish. ...Read more
It is most probabely not herpes, it may be a blocked sebacious gland or a cyst. Wash with warm water when you take a bath and if it persists see your gynecologist or family doctor
herpes infection causes painful fluid filled lesion.
If you want to be sure what it is have it checked. ...Read more
Orgasms: Chances are if you have a larger clitoris it may be easier to orgasm but it seems unlikely the character of your orgasm would be any different than someone with a smaller clitoris. That's not to say that all orgasms are created equal. Men and women both experience different perception of the quality of their orgasms. This usually tied to the amount of arousal within your brain prior to orgasm. ...Read more
See Gyn: You may have an uderlying infection and irritation causing your symptoms. Get an exam and the proper treatment will hopefully follow. Good luck. ...Read more
Blood: Increased blood flow causes increased sensation.Get a more detailed answer ›
Depends how large: Girls with adrenal hyperplasia can have a very large clitoris & pediatric urologists are experts at performing reduction clotoroplasties whilst preserving most of the glans clitoris with it's nerve supply. So called clitoral recession is a rotten procedure as subjects later have painful "erections" of the confined clitoral shaft. Mild to moderate enlargement-> no problem, partner may find exciting. ...Read more
Clitoris: This sounds like an infection. See your doctor. ...Read more
Yes: You would need to consult with a plastic surgeon for an evaluation. ...Read more
Many: Infection, trauma, allergy. See your gyn doctor soon. ...Read more
It is perfectly safe: Hopefully will also be enjoyable.Get a more detailed answer ›
Yeast infection: Most common cause of an itchy clitoris. ...Read more
Cherry hemangiomas: These could be cherry hemangiomas. You should see your dermatologist for treatment and evaluation. ...Read more
Could be: Microabrasion causing pain/bleeding. See your doctor for an exam. Wear loose clothing. ...Read more