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Treatments For Enlarged Clitoris
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
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
Clitoroplasty: Depends how much it bothers you. An operation, reduction clitoroplasty, is a possibility if problem is sufficient for you to consider surgery. I have hed considerable success using operation described by dr. Stanley kogan (reference: kogan sj, smey p, levitt sb journal of urology, 1983, vol 130(4) pages: 746-8). This operation preserves nerves ; sensation to clitoris. ...Read more
Ambiguous Genitalia: Another consideration would be ambiguous genitalia which includes the adrenal hyperplasia scenario mentioned above but also includes various intersex entities. Determination of the child's genotype (xx or xy) would be a good first step in the evaluation. See: http://emedicine.Medscape.Com/article/1015520-overview a bit complicated but lots of info. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it normal for there to be discomfort around my clitoris? I have polycystic ovary syndrome and have been told that an enlarged clitoris is a symptom. Every once in a while I have a slight amount of irritation (itching/pain) that comes without warning.
The : The itching and pain could be from a fungal (yeast) infection localized to this area. You can try to use an over the counter vaginal yeast infection cream to the affected area twice a day for one to two weeks. If that does not work try vagisil cream. Again if no relief see your doctor because you should not have this kind of "discomfort." lastly an enlarged clitoris could be secondary to increased male hormones (testosterone) however there should be no associated itching and pain. Best of luck. ...Read more
I started treatment for a yeast infection. It has been 2 days and i've noticed that my clitoris is white. It doesn't itch, but is this normal?
I had a yeast infection and got treated but my clitoris is still red and has a white paste. Did the treatment not work since it only treated inside?
Itching, burning while urinating, yellowish discharge and hard growth at clitoris which have stayed for 4yrs
what is the treatment?
Here are some ...: A 4-yr history of the events suggest a low odd for something urgently important. But for long-term care, it is reasonable to seek professional evaluation and counseling for now and future so you don't have to live with lingering concern, anxiety, and fear. So, pack the related info stressing the quality, quantity, and sequence of events of the symptoms over time to Doc for analysis + exam + tests. ...Read more