Clitoral Adhesion Removal
A clitoral adhesion occurs when the clitoral hood is prevented from sliding across the glans of the clitoris. Clitoral adhesions may be extremely painful, and can be detected by pulling on the hood of the clitoris. If the glans moves with the hood, it is likely that an adhesion is present. In order to remedy or remove a clitoral adhesion, an individual may apply a special cream in order to provide lubrication, or may gently massage the affected area in order to loosen up the adhesion. Doctors may also be consulted for more severe cases and may provide information concerning how to remove a clitoral adhesion by surgery or other methods.