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Clitoris swollen, splitting upwards, sharp sensation. Is this normal? Will the skin grow back?

When I was bathing,I recently found out that my clitoris was a little bit swollen and the clitoris skin was splitting upwards(just a little) and thus revealing the inner part of the clitoris(which is darker in colour).It s painless though,but the inner part of the clitoris is more sensitive so I tend to get a sharp sensation when I wash it.I ve never had sex before.Is this normal for everyone?Will the skin grow back?
Asked On : Sat, 9 Mar 2013
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Hi welcome to Health care magic forum. Most probably it is the labia minor of the vegina, some proportion of ladies at the age of nearly 20 find the grouth of the labiaminora to out side beyond labiomajora. the sensitive part at the hood is the clitoris. it is the only part responsible for the sexual satisfaction, and orgasm.
There is nothing to worry about about , it is not an obstacle either to sex, child birth , or any thing else.
Wishing you got the reply, and thanks for calling.
Answered: Sun, 10 Mar 2013
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