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Dont know if I have a Clitoris after SRS
« on: July 06, 2020, 03:57:46 pm »
Okay this is a totally weird question for me to ask, but I had a vaginoplasty by doctor Bellringer in London back in 2018 he said everything went fine, I healed well.

 had a few tears from the stitches once or twice, but nothing too serious.
The problem I'm having now is that since surgery I have never once found my clitoris. I have found what I think it could be, but it's like hidden deep under my skin. I have no hood, no bud or anything. I haven't been able to orgasm in 2 years ( not for lack of trying) I'm trying to get ahold of London GIC to see if this is something wrong or if I'm just being worried over nothing. I'm happy with how everything looks down there. But whenever I see pictures of woman who have had this surgery; they always have a clitoris with a hood, or some form of that. I have neither and its really starting to get to me. What do you guys think i should do?

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Re: Dont know if I have a Clitoris after SRS
« Reply #1 on: July 06, 2020, 04:14:37 pm »
Call your doctor, set up an appointment and have him check you out.  Be persistent and tell them that your gender dysphoria is getting much worse and is affecting your daily life.  Good luck.
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Re: Dont know if I have a Clitoris after SRS
« Reply #2 on: July 06, 2020, 04:17:19 pm »
Okay this is a totally weird question for me to ask, but I had a vaginoplasty by doctor Bellringer in London back in 2018 he said everything went fine, I healed well.

 had a few tears from the stitches once or twice, but nothing too serious.
The problem I'm having now is that since surgery I have never once found my clitoris. I have found what I think it could be, but it's like hidden deep under my skin. I have no hood, no bud or anything. I haven't been able to orgasm in 2 years ( not for lack of trying) I'm trying to get ahold of London GIC to see if this is something wrong or if I'm just being worried over nothing. I'm happy with how everything looks down there. But whenever I see pictures of woman who have had this surgery; they always have a clitoris with a hood, or some form of that. I have neither and its really starting to get to me. What do you guys think i should do?
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Re: Dont know if I have a Clitoris after SRS
« Reply #3 on: July 06, 2020, 04:18:18 pm »
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Re: Dont know if I have a Clitoris after SRS
« Reply #4 on: July 06, 2020, 04:22:16 pm »
Call your doctor, set up an appointment and have him check you out.  Be persistent and tell them that your gender dysphoria is getting much worse and is affecting your daily life.  Good luck.


I definitely will try to call them again tomorrow, London GIC can be a nightmare to get through to.
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Re: Dont know if I have a Clitoris after SRS
« Reply #5 on: July 06, 2020, 10:06:04 pm »
I would contact the surgeon's office and just ask this directly - nothing to be embarrassed about, it's definitely something you deserve to know.

FWIW, I know people who had surgery with Dalrymple (Bellringer's predecessor) in the 90s. They have a different looking clitoris than I have - no hood really and just a little bump, and it's most sensitive to deeper pressure.  They can have orgasms. Asking one of them about it, she says she prefers stimulation along the inside & front (towards her stomach) of her vagina, towards the urethra.  But I would definitely talk to your surgeon about your concerns since he has the best idea what was done.

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Re: Dont know if I have a Clitoris after SRS
« Reply #6 on: July 23, 2020, 08:57:07 am »
Hi,

I had my surgery with Mr Bellringer a few years before you. I found him to be an absolute pleasure to deal with. My partner adores my clitoris and oh boy can I orgasm!  I hope it's not insensitive to say those things given your issue, I just wanted to try to give you some comfort in that I think he is likely to have said something to you if there was a major problem with your surgery, and to say he is definitely capable of producing wonderful outcomes.

I would second the advice to make an appointment with your GP.

As we share the same surgeon if there is any other information I could give you that might help I would be very happy to try.

Good luck with resolving what must be a difficult situation for you.

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