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clitoris 'hood'


my boyfriend and I about 4 days ago had intercourse. right after, he began stimulating my clitoris rather roughly (although it did not hurt). and following that he gave oral sex. after about 2 days my clitoris had not retracted into its 'hood' . it was exposed and was extremely sensitive to everything it touched. now, days later it is still exposed and sensitive and I am secreting more than usual but there are no abnormal colors or smells. I'm getting a little worried about what this may be. is this normal? will it just take longer because of the amount of stimulation or is this a real problem?
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1029273 tn?1472231494
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Hi,
There's a possibility that during rough stimulation, your clitoris may have had a bit of temporary damage done to it.  Wear very loose fitting underwear/clothing, also no stimulation for a few days afterward ( maybe skip sex), and keep the surrounding area very clean ( use mild soap). If over sensitivity, redness, or soreness and any discharge/secretion persists for more than say 3 to 4 days, you should definitely go see a dr./ gynecologist to have it checked out... Oh, and you should probably tell your bf to be a bit more gentle  'down there', in the future :)
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139792 tn?1498585650
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Clitoris is the most sensitive part of female sexual system. It has to be handled softly. It should not be stimulated directly with hand. Lightly rubbing with fingers surrounding the clitoris. If it is harshly treated, it may become numb or less sensitive. Take care.
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thank you so much! hopefully within a few days everything will be fine! and ill be very sure to make that clear to him:)
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thank you for the help! hopefully this will be temporary and we'll be sure to be more careful in the future.
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