The Burden of Clitoral Pain - Exploring a common cause (& possible cure) of the rare condition

This article is designed to help women suffering from the somewhat rare condition of clitoral pain to pinpoint the cause and learn of the viable solutions. In sexual situations, the pleasure they receive is diminished due to clitoral damage or abrasions. There are a wide variety of potential factors that contribute to clitoral pain; but over-masturbation, vibrator abrasion or mechanical damage are among the most serious. Anything that causes an increase of estrogen may have an adverse effect on the clitoris, as the female hormone decreases nerve sensitivity and shrinks erectile tissues and cells.
The amount of time one must endure the clitoral pain will vary, depending on the severity of abuse inflicted via the aggressive self-stimulation. There are a number of herbs known to rejuvenate the clitoral tissues by stimulating production or replenishing critical neuro-nutrients and hormonal precursors within them. If the clitoral tissues, nerves and blood vessels in the clitoris or G-spot are scarred from over-stimulation, rejuvenation of the neuro-endocrine action to emulate a puberty state is necessary to reduce the chemical stressors cortisol and epinephrine. The Natural Clitoral Revitalization formula can accomplish this. The remedy is even effective in treating pain due to a number of other sources, such as injury, trauma, irritation, inflammation, infection, skin disorders, reactions to birth control products, and most amazingly, even psychological problems.
By improving the blood flow to the genitalia area, the Natural Clitoral Revitalization formula will help upgrade the DHT and 5-alpha reductase receptors in the clitoral tissues, increase production of hGH to activate the somatic stem cells, boost the release of beta endorphins and the synthesis of prostaglandins E1 and E3 in the tissues and arteries, and activate the gene cytokeratin 16 with the transformation growth factor beta-3 for embryonic scar-free healing and cellular growth. In other words – it works!

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Carol Singh posted on Mon, 04/08/2013 - 12:45
I know that lots of women really get off by having their clit stimulated. I used to have a problem of not being able to feel anything within the region and therefore sex was not enjoyable. I never really had a lasting partner because they wouldn't be happy that they couldn't satisfy me. Then I heard about Rejuvenation and I am satisified with sex. I can't get enough. These solutions really do work. The one I tried wasNatural Clitoral Revitalization – Revive the Sensitivity & Passion and now I know what other women feel. So amazing.
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