Is it normal to have Clitoris pain/extra sensitivity 5 days after surgery? (Photos)
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Clitoral swelling post surgery
Thank you for sharing.You do appear a little swollen although it does appear you are healing well.Clitoral sensitivity can be present especially during the initial phase of healing and is usually only transient. I would try and get in to see your surgeon sooner then later but from what you have described and your picture, it appears you are healing well.
Avoiding the trim
- scars close to the clitoris
- Long scars
- Long healing time
- Scars close to the vaginal opening
- Abnormal appearance to labia
- Scalloping and lumps and bumps along the incisions
- Inadequate treatment of an enlarged clitoral hood
- More pain
- More swelling
- Over resection/amputation
- Under resection
- Baseball suturing and exposed sutures
- High likelihood of revision
- Easier surgery performed by many inexperienced providers
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That said, the appearance in normal for P.O.D. # 5; the swelling & discomfort from the clitoris are usually the last to resolve, but again: ask your surgeon!!
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