Less feeling in clitoris
Sexual dysfunction can happen to an individual or a couple. It refers to any problem that prevents pleasure during the sexual response cycle. This cycle includes four phases:. Sexual dysfunction in women is a disorder that can take many forms and have many causes.
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My clitoris has very little sensation — Ask Dr Jean
Clitoral Atrophy: Symptoms, Causes, Treatment, and More
The clitoris is a female sexual organ that is located at the top of the vulva. It has two parts: an external, visible part, called the glans, and an internal part, called the shaft. The clitoris is very sensitive to sexual arousal and stimulation. During arousal, the glans may swell, becoming engorged. Sometimes, the clitoris stops responding to stimulation and starts to shrink, and it can even disappear. Doctors refer to this as clitoral atrophy. There are many possible causes of clitoral atrophy, including disuse, hormonal changes, and lack of blood flow to the clitoris.
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Sexual Dysfunction in Females
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The clitoris is a nub of spongy tissue at the front of the vagina. Recent research reveals that much of the clitoris is internal, having 4-inch roots that reach into the vagina. When sexually aroused it fills with blood, and the bundle of nerves in the tissue becomes sensitive to touch. Clitoral atrophy occurs when the clitoris stops responding to sexual arousal and no longer functions as it should.
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