Clitoral Hood Reduction
The main function of the clitoris is to induce sexual pleasure. If your clitoral hood, the tissue surrounding or covering the clitoris, is large and redundant, it can cause inadequate stimulation to the clitoris. A clitoral reduction, or hoodectomy, is a simple procedure to remove this excess tissue to allow the clitoris to be stimulated easily. The result is increased sensitivity and increased ability to achieve orgasm.
1What kind of anesthesia will be used for Clitoral Hood Reduction?
It is done under local anesthesia with or without sedation.
2How long is the recovery time after the Clitoral Hood Reduction?
You will be discharged on the same day of the procedure and you can resume your work immediately after completion of the procedure. No stay or admission is needed.
3What are the risks and side effects of the procedure?
The temporary side effects include some discomfort, swelling, for which medication will be prescribed.