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Baby girl clitoris inflamed red
Oftentimes, it results from a minor irritation. Your clitoris contains thousands of nerve endings and is highly sensitive to stimulation. This causes it to swell and become even more sensitive. Orgasm allows your body to release the sexual tension that has built up. This is followed by the resolution phase, or when your body returns to its usual state.
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Enlarged clitoris: Symptoms and causes
Enlargement is usually caused by sexual arousal, but there are a few conditions that may cause your clitoris to stay enlarged for a longer period of time. These symptoms may be due to an underlying infection or medical issue. Keep reading to learn more about what may be behind your symptoms and when you should make an appointment with your doctor. Temporary enlargement is usually tied to sexual arousal. Your clitoris and labia will swell as pleasure builds up. Once you orgasm, the size of your clitoris will decrease, and your genitals will go back to their unaroused state more quickly. Without that release, the throbbing and swelling of your genitals, including your clitoris, will subside more slowly.
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What causes an enlarged clitoris?
Infantile hemangioma is a common benign vascular neoplasm characterized by endothelial cell proliferation. Hemangiomas are one of the most common tumors of infancy and typically present on the head, neck, trunk or extremities. In our report, we will describe a five-month old female who presented with a clitoral mass, found to be a hemangioma with MRI and ultrasound imaging. A five-month old female was admitted to the general pediatric inpatient service with fever, redness in the diaper area, and genital swelling diagnosed as acute cellulitis.