Will a clitorplexy affect the sensations of the clitoris? & is it local or General anestetic? (photos)
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Yes - it will enhance sensation
You need to find a surgeon who is experienced in Labiaplasty revision at the time of clitoral hood reduction with clitoropexy. I perform these in the office under local anesthesia. This combination of procedures will result in a beautiful natural appearance with enhanced sensitivity and improved orgasm.
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Clitoropexy and Clitoral Hood Reduction
I am sorry to hear about your experience. Based on your description and photographs, labiaplasty revision and clitoral hood reduction with possible clitoroplexy may be indicated. A thorough examination would be necessary to be evaluate your condition. Clitoropexy allows for the reduction of the clitoral length. There are complications associated with the procedure including reduced or absent clitoral sensation, which can affect one's ability to obtain orgasm. Many gynecologists and plastic surgeons do not perform clitoropexy. As a cosmetic urologist, I do perform clitoropexy. Best of luck.
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Clitoral hood work
Thank you for the question. Please understand that based upon your photos it is not just your clitoral hood. You would likely benefit from a cltioral hood reduction and clitoralpexy but you also have excess skin at the anterior or upper labia. For maximum results (cosmetic ) the anterior labia could also be slightly reduced.
Your surgeon did you a FAVOR when they said he/she couldn't do the surgery. They obviously do NOT know how to do the surgery and he/she protected you by not taking you to surgery. Please choose a surgeon with experience, expertise and proven results. .
John R Miklos MD
Urogynecologist & Cosmetic Vaginal Surgeon
Atlanta ~ Beverly Hills ~ Dubai
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