I'm 19 years old and I have an enlarged clitoris.
Whether aroused or not it's about the size of a small pea.
I think this might be due to a hormone imbalance, I read that if your body has a higher level of testosterone or polycystic ovaries then it could cause the enlarge clit.
Ever since I was about 16 I've had irregular periods, I have one about every 4 months because I do not ovulate every month. I've been to my doctor and had a scan for polycystic ovaries and came back clear, however I had a blood test and there is a slight hormone imbalance but nothing substantial apparently.
Past year my hair has been falling out a lot too, not in chunks but just getting thinner and thinner.
Is all this related??? And what could I do to even out my hormone balance? Should I go back to the doctor?
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