Clitoris and hormones
When it comes to your clitoris, use it or lose it (seriously)
What Causes an Enlarged Clitoris and How Is It Treated?
29 Sep Yep, your clitoris can indeed stop functioning if it doesn't get enough action. But it's those hormones that are the key to a happy, vibrant, pink.
J Sex Med. Oct;5(10) doi: /jx. Epub Jun Effect of hormone replacement therapy on clitoral artery blood .
The clitoris is an erectile structure, homolog to the male penis, formed by two . and the pituitary hormones, adrenocorticotropic hormone, growth hormone, and.
Description:Tweet Pin There I was, just minding my own business on the internet when all of a sudden I came across these two words: Clitoral atrophy, a condition that apparently describes what happens to your nubbin if it doesn't get consistent lovin'. Is the clitoris really a use it or lose it organ? I uncrossed my legs and called an expert for help. Just like every other tissue in the body, the clitoris requires blood flow to stay happy and healthy," writes Shelly Persad, founder of Orgasmical Medicine and an orgasmicologist which is apparently a thing.