There is any surgery for clitoris restoration
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You can't restore a clitoris that was surgically removed
What can be done after Female Genital Cutting (aka "female genital mutilation")?
Your best option is to visit a surgeon who SPECIALIZES in operating on women who have had "female genital cutting." There are different degrees of this; in some, the clitoris has been totally removed (in that case, sexual counselling regarding how to get pleasure from sex can help a lot, but the clitoris cannot be "replaced.") In others, a carefully performed surgery to "uncover" the clitoris may help. FIRST, get evaluated! The best expert in Egypt is Dr. Amr Seifeldin; the best expert in the U.S. is Christa Johnson in Albuquerque, New Mexico . Also,go online and Google "female genital cutting, south africa."
Michael P Goodman, MD
Davis, CA, USA
Much more information needed!
Furthermore, it is unlikely (but possible) that photos you could post here would be useful. It is more likely that a very detailed exam would need to be made with an expert gynecologist or other surgeon with experience in these matters.
Please check with the medical board of your district/state to find a capable and compassionate surgeon.
Good luck to you.
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Female Circumcision / Female Genital Cutting / Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)
Many woman suffer from FGM or GFM (Female Genital Mutilation or Gential Female Mutilation) and there are 4 different stages or types of mutilation. Often the clitoris can be amputated but often the cltioris is covered by converging the labia majora over top of the clitoris.
If your clitoris has been removed it can not be replaced but if it the majora has been approximated over top of the clitoris often the majora can be separated to expose the clitoris or clitoral stump.
John R Miklos MD
Cosmetic Vaginal Surgery
Atlanta ~ Beverly Hills ~ Dubai
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