Should I get a Hoodectomy?
Women who believe they have a
difficult time reaching sexual climax (if at all), may have an excess of tissue
in the Clitoral Hood. The decision to have a hoodectomy done is an elective
one, generally based on the severity of the situation. Ideal candidates for
Clitoral Unhooding surgery are generally in average to good physical health.
What is a Clitoral Hood Reduction?
The clitoral hood covers the
clitoris, providing essential protection. An excessively large clitoral hood is
not removed completely, but simply reduced in size; allowing the patient to
receive greater clitoral stimulation. This procedure is referred to as a
Clitoral Hood Reduction, Clitoral Hoodectomy, or Excess Prepuce Removal.
Hoodectomies may be suggested to resolve sexual malfunctions like anorgasmia,
the inability to reach a climax during intercourse. Women also elect to have this procedure to
enhance or intensify their orgasms.