Enlarged swollen clitoris

Duration: 5min 44sec Views: 167 Submitted: 20.03.2021
Category: Cosplay
Periods, sex, and pregnancy can all cause the vulva area especially the vaginal lips to swell up. But, swelling could also indicate a health condition, disease, or disorder. But, regardless of the cause, a swollen vag is definitely not comfy. If your vulva region is swollen, a new body wash or laundry detergent may be to blame. Chemicals in bath products, lotions, perfumes, or even harsh toilet papers can cause sensitivity. What to do?

Clitoris problems: sore, itchy, lumpy or bruised? Here's what to do

Enlarged clitoris: Symptoms and causes

Sore, itchy, spotty or lumpy clitoris? Most clitoral concerns are not serious, but if something feels amiss or if you are experiencing clitoris pain, it can still be alarming, especially given the lack of information available about this vital organ. The clitoris forms part of the female genitals at the anterior end of the vulva, and every woman's clitoris is different. There is a huge misconception around women's bodies and how they should look.

Clitoral Priapism with No Known Risk Factors

I am 17, and I seem to be having a problem, though it occurs somewhat sporadically. My boyfriend fingers me, but I never have an orgasm, and afterwards, the swelling of my clitoris is supposed to go down, right? I have had a swollen clitoris for up to three days, with the swelling very slowly diminishing over the course of time. I don't think this is supposed to happen, and it proves to be very uncomfortable — any time I bump into anything, it's like a shock wave. Please help.
Try out PMC Labs and tell us what you think. Learn More. Clitoral priapism is a rare condition that is associated with an extended duration of clitoral erection due to local engorgement of clitoral tissue resulting in pain. Although the pathophysiology is not completely understood, it has been associated with specific classes of medications, diseases that alter clitoral blood flow or others associated with small to large vessel disease. We present a case report of a year-old patient who developed clitoral priapism without a clear medication or disease related etiology.