Please Advise - Clitoral Scar Tissue Build Up From InjuryI suffered an injury end of 2018 as a result of strenuous exercise. As a result over the years I have suffered pelvic floor dysfunction. Recently I was in so much pain sitting down that I underwent surgery with the Director of Reconstructive Urology at a notable hospital. He noticed there was scar tissue wrapped around my clitoris holding it in place.
He was able to detach the scar tissue on one side and the pain is no longer there since he did that. However, I still have scar tissue build up on the right side of the clitoris, holding it in place, I feel the lumps of tissue there and it prevents me from being able to climax.
At the same time, the scar tissue has also caused nerve damage. I have lost a majority of sensation of the clitoral body, the tip has some sensation but nothing much of the actual body of the clitoris. Before the scar tissue I was very sensitive and had no problem with being able to climax. Now, it is difficult since it is being held in place and the growth of it damaged those healthy nerves.
Since I am finally off pain meds and just over 3 weeks out from surgery - healing and feeling much better - is there anything I can take to dissolve the scar tissue and get my nerves to grow back there?
Desperately looking for answers as this has affected my quality of life being an otherwise healthy, fit and young 33 year old woman. Can homeopathy help this? Should I be taking enzymes to dissolve it? Looking for answers and believe in the power of homeopathy.
[Edited by Brittany88 on 2021-10-21 13:58:05]
Brittany88 on 2021-10-21
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