over sensitive clitoris

An over-sensitive and painful clitoris can be the result of prostaglandin E-2 induced inflammation of the local tissue that coincides with the action of the chemical hormone epinephrine and oxytocin. Chronic and frequent clitoral stimulation with a water jet or vibrator will lead to the prostaglandins that cause the inflammation, generating an adverse release of collagen. Often, formation of clitoral scar tissue and fibrosis will emerge, disabling the clitoral erection. Women who are sensitive to the touch should refrain from masturbating or sexual activity, and instead follow the steps outlined in G-Spot Rejuvenation and Repair

Clit Pain: Drugs are Behind It

Her heart will palpitate. Her body temperate will increase. Her breathing will intensify. Her legs might even quiver. All of these symptoms are signs her partner is satisfying her sexual needs. When the magic button, known simply as the Clitoris, experiences pain, the results could leave her irked and exasperated.
 
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A Highly Sensitive Clit - How vibrator overuse can make touch unbearable

Some women have a clitoris that is just too sensitive. It takes great care and skill to manipulate it properly. Not surprisingly, the women to whom they belong are usually the only ones who can. But oddly enough, the factors that created the sensitivity often originate from the shared circumstance of self-pleasure. Read more

She Becomes Too Sensitive During Sex And she Asks To Stop

Learn how a woman of forty has never had an orgasm with her husband of twenty years because of over sensitivity, and what exactly she needs to calm her nerves.

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Unhealthy lifestyle and drug abuse can turn a woman’s endocrine system into hell causing hormonal imbalance. This may lead to a persistent genital arousal syndrome, which can turn... more

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