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Surgery for clitoral hood

Postby Guest Posts on Thu May 16, 2019 12:15 pm

I want to know that if you had some sort of surgery to un-fuse the clitoral hood, as it is very painful, would it just fuse again and be even worse? It fused at an alarming rate.
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Re: Surgery for clitoral hood

Postby Dr Adil Sheraz on Fri May 17, 2019 7:35 pm

Yes There are surgical options available to undo adhesions and fusions. Prior to surgery most would try and persevere with topical steroids.

However the risk of re-fusion would depend on the activity of the condition. After surgery potent topical steroids and regular emollients would be required to reduce the risk of re-fusion if indeed the condition was active.

I would urge you are seen by a dermatologist and a gynaecologist if you already haven't done so yet.
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