my mother in law has as what she describes as sweeling in the clitoris making it look as if she has a small penis this came about a few days ago and is embarrest by it . she also claims that when she is urinating and she whips blood is on the tissue . she then began investigateing down there to find if she mashes on the enlarged clitoris blood comes out calaspising it she also thinks it fills with air im not really sure if she does infact mean it is the clitoris i showed her a medical picture of a virgina and she points to the clitoris part saying it is enlarged and she can press blood out of it ... im very stumped as to what this could be and have never heard of it ... she does have a doctors apointment but not for another 6 days does any one have any clues to what this may be caused by ...
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