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There is no standard size for a clitoris, but it usually grows with sexual arousal. When a person is not aroused, a hormonal imbalance or another medical condition can cause enlargement of the clitoris. The clitoris is a female sexual organ. It is located just above the urethra, where urine is released from the body. The medical community refers to an enlarged clitoris as clitoromegaly or macroclitoris. This refers to a clitoris longer than 10 millimeters mm in an adult or 9 mm in a newborn.
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What is it? Does every person with a vagina have one? Is it supposed to look like that? That flap is your clitoral hood, a fold of skin that surrounds and protects your glans clitoris.
Sometimes clitoromegaly happens during fetal development because of a DSD, so that a girl is born with a large clitoris. Sometimes clitoromegaly occurs during puberty, or even later in life, because of an underlying hormonal shift that is atypical. Clitorises naturally vary in size, just like breasts and penises also do. There is nothing dangerous about a large clitoris, although it might signal an underlying medical problem like a hormonal imbalance that needs medical attention. In cases of clitoromegaly, it is important to work with a medical specialist who can figure out whether there are any underlying hormonal problems that require medical attention to keep the patient healthy.