If you're having sex around the clock and not having an orgasm during each encounter, it may just be that your body doesn't have enough time to settle down before you get amped up again, causing your clitoris to be perpetually enlarged. The carnal solution: Take a booty break. If your clitoris returns to the size it was before you started doing the deed day and night,you've identified the culprit.
Early last year, I realized there was something different about my lady flower. I found out that she was packing an extra petal or two, if you get my drift. Do you get my drift?
Other vaginal and vulval problems are discussed elsewhere on the site and you may find the information that you are looking for in one of the following sections:. Before seeing the doctor, think carefully about what the problem is. Is it pain or is it itching?
In a world where we all got filled in on the specifics of our genitals really well, it'd be an obvious question. But since most people don't, a lot of people have questions like this, all the time. It's no sweat, and there's no reason to feel foolish for asking.
Language: English French. This report provides a detailed description and images of a clitorectomy with a urethral transposition. As described, the clitorectomy is a straight-forward procedure, creating more normal female-like anatomy, and it resolves the clinical signs resulting from the exposed clitoris.
Many of us don't tend to intensely inspect the anatomy of anyone else's much we've not got it all hanging out, like menwhich is how so many women end up with a complex over whether theirs is 'normal'. Carrying out regular procedures on women as his day job means he's seen his fair share of vulvas - so he was able to pin-point seven key 'types' of labia. But just in case you're not proficient in vag-talk, we thought we'd clarify what's what.
For information on the fires in Queensland check the Rural Fire Service's incident map. These days, we look at our vaginas — or more correctly, vulvas — much more than women or men used to. And as we get older or after childbirth, many of us are shocked to find the area has changed. First things first.
Think of it as having a piece of sand in your eye; it's a tiny piece of sand, but it hurts so much. Skip navigation! Story from Sex School.
Unlike penises, which are front and center, the clitoris is often shrouded in folds of skin and remains a bit of a mystery. Science—let alone sex ed—hasn't exactly gone out of its way to understand this amazing organ until fairly recently. In fact, research shows the clitoris was even omitted in an early version of the gold standard medical textbook Gray's Anatomy, and no scientist bothered to create a 3D image of what a stimulated clitoris looks like until French researchers finally did it a mere seven years ago, in