Jan 09, · What is clitoris pain? Clitoris pain can result from damage or injury to any of the structures of the vulva (external genitalia), including the inner and outer labia, the vaginal opening, and the clitoris. The symptoms may be constant or variable and may improve or worsen with movement or sexual activity. Feb 26, · Increased sensitivity after sexual stimulation Your clitoris contains thousands of nerve endings and is highly sensitive to stimulation. Author: Adrienne Santos-Longhurst.
Typical symptoms are a sharp, stabbing pain or a rawness/irritation of the clitoris that can be exacerbated by touch, walking, wearing tight underwear or moving at certain angles. The most common cause of clitorodynia is a build up of Keratin Pearls (a hard, grain-of-sand like material) between the clitoris and the hood of the clitoris (prepuce). Jul 22, · Vulvodynia is a chronic pain issue that affects the vulvar area or external genitals, including the clitoris. The pain can be provoked (tight clothing or touch) or unprovoked clitordynia (unknown cause). (1) Many women have vulvodynia Author: Tara Langdale.