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Clitoral and labial hypertrophy refers to the enlargement of the clitoris and/or the inner lips (labia minora), which can cause discomfort or self-consciousness in some women. This condition can result from various factors including genetic factors or hormonal changes.


Diagnosis of clitoral and labial hypertrophy typically involves a detailed gynecological examination to assess the size and shape of the clitoris and labia, and discussion about any symptoms or discomfort the patient may be experiencing. The doctor may also consider the patient’s medical history, as well as any hormonal changes.


If clitoral or labial hypertrophy causes physical discomfort or emotional distress, surgical reduction may be considered as a treatment option. Reduction, or labiaplasty, is a surgical procedure to reduce the size of the labia to improve their appearance and reduce discomfort. Similarly, clitoral reduction may be performed in very rare and specific cases, where clitoral enlargement is pronounced and causing significant symptoms or discomfort.
These procedures require careful consideration and are performed by experienced surgeons specialized in genital reconstructive surgery. It is important to openly communicate with the doctor about expectations, potential risks, and possible outcomes of the surgical procedure.
The decision regarding clitoral or labial reduction should be the result of careful discussion between the patient and the doctor, taking into account physical symptoms, emotional impact, and the patient’s personal goals.