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Hoodectomy or Clitoral unhooding

This procedure is performed to surgically remove the clitoral hood. The clitoral hood is nothing but some skin folds which protect the clitoris. Hoodectomy results in an overly sensitive clitoris during love making intercourse. It is also known as clitoral hoodoplasty, clitoral unhooding.

Hoodectomy or Clitoral unhooding

Who can opt for hoodectomy?

  • Who has birth defect
  • To improvise the appearance of genitalia infront of your partner.
  • To perform pleasant love making intercourse as unhooding makes clitoris more sensitive.
  • To reduce chances of irritation happened due to rubbing with clothes.

Procedure of hoodectomy:

  • The surgery may last for one or two hours depending upon the requirements.
  • Anesthesia is given to numb the target portion.
  • Excessive skin present around the clitoral hood is trimmed out with extreme care.
  • Wound are then stitched with the dissolvable stitches.

Benefits of hoodectomy

  • Clitoris becomes more sensitive to touch hence leads to pleasant love making intercourse.

Pre- and post-surgical care:

  • Keep yourself hydrated and fit.
  • Do not involve in the love making activity before the surgery because a minute bruise can delay your surgery.
  • Post-surgery take proper rest.
  • Keep an eye on the symptoms your body is producing such as nausea, fever etc.
  • Do not skip medicine
  • Do not take bath.
  • Do not let your clitoris rub with any object even with a soft tissue.

Basic understanding

Hoodectomy is mostly done along with the monsplasty to make it more powerful, although it depends on your final decision.

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