Clitoris /Vagina Damage: If the clitoris and vagina is... - BASHH

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Clitoris /Vagina Damage

If the clitoris and vagina is damaged from aggressive overstimulation until painful and was numb for a few months, can the nerve endings regrow in the left side of vagina and vulva as now this is where I have sexual feeling when massaging left buttock but my clitoris is still sore and partially numb so cannot orgasm. When using vibrator internaly feels more pleasurable but am in pain the next day inside left of vagina and vulva and clitoris then has a sharp pain when stimulated.

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Same question as a few weeks ago? What did yr gp say?

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These are unusual symptoms. I don't think "nerve damage " can happen from "overstimulation " or else half of the population would have it . I would attend a gynaecologist .

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If it was aggressive enough to cause pain the next day could this cause nerve damage as the pain has gotten deeper into my pelvic floor too.

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Oral sex / use of a vibrator would not normally cause nerve damage. Even if a person had somehow managed to damage an external nerve , the damage would not "travel" into other areas unless there was an underlying medical condition. Unusual nerve symptoms can sometimes be present for conditions like MS etc. You need to discuss these symptoms with a GP and/or a gynaecologist , or even a neurologist .

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Sometimes Pudendal Neuralgia can be causees by an external injury to the genitals

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Usually the pudendal nerve is damaged by entrapment rather than trauma. Regardless , if you have these symptoms, the person to review you is either GP , or gynaecologist who may consider involving a neurologist.

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I don't think vibrators have the capasity to cause any nerve damage at all.... worst case scenario the inside gets soar through overstimulation if you go on and on. Yes, it feels like you cannot have orgasm but I don't know if that's practically possible when you shove in a vibrator it's just that maybe the clogging in your mind not letting it be very intense as usual. I'd say go to the GP and get checked once.

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