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Please help!!!! Severe clitoral laceration

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  • Posted By: Cookiemarie123
  • June 3, 2013
  • 05:32 AM

Hi, I have spent hours searching & cannot find any answers.

I am 21 years old. Last night my boyfriend ACCIDENTALLY bit my clitorous EXTREMELY HARD. This pain was more severe than childbirth. I had severe bleeding for 3 hours last night. I spent most of my day in the emergency room in absolute horrifying embarrassment.

I was discharged with a prescription for Percocet and a anti biotic.

The "final diagnosis" was clitoral laceration by human bite. 5 obgyns checked me. One said I have a large blood clot. One said my clitorous will most likely fall off in time. Another told me I need stitches but that would cause more harm than good. So I have no idea what's going on.

I come close to passing out everytime j try to take a look for myself. Complete horror.my clitorous is not recognizable.

It looks like the hood above my clitorous is completely gone. My actual clitorous looks like it was cut off and a stump remains as of it were a tree. Where the rest of my clitorous use to be is a blue\purple mass of flesh. It is dramatically skinnier and pointier than my clitorous. It is very long.

I am in extreme pain even after taking my prescribed percocets and antibiotics. I even threw in a muscle relaxer than I'm prescribed for a unrelated issue. I am in sheer panick.

Does anyone have any ideas as to what the "purple/blue" mass is where my clitorous used to be?? Please please please help me.

I appreciate any and all responses!


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