May as well check for a possible allergy first to rule that out, or discover that's an issue. Clitoral erection occurs when the corpora cavernosa , two expandable erectile structures, become engorged with blood. Are you able to orgasm from other types of sexual activity? Create File Obstet Gynecol. Also, a number of medications can sometimes disrupt the normal workings of the nerves that help trigger an erection by widening the arteries in the penis. The answers can help both of you figure out if specific situations are causing the discomfort. Next time have her use latex or nitrile gloves for the manual sex and a hypoallergenic lube Pink lube or Emerita lube are both good in that department , and see if you have the same response.
Are you able to orgasm from other types of sexual activity? If this is the case, then reading and practice may be your next steps. Clitoris is swollen for days after sexual activity Clitoris is swollen for days after sexual activity Dear Alice, I am 17, and I seem to be having a problem, though it occurs somewhat sporadically. This gives the glans less firmness relative to the shaft. After a female has orgasmed , the erection usually ends, but this may take time. The part visible on the outside varies in size from a few millimeters to one centimeter and is located hidden in the upper labial fold.
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If this is the case, then reading and practice may be your next steps. In the penis, this  tissue engorges with blood during sexual arousal and becomes compressed against the unyielding tunica, creating penile rigidity --a true erection. More specifically, the clitoris has 2 adjoining erectile tissues corpus cavernosa corpus cavernosa clitoridis that form a main body that connects to the glans clitoridis. Considering your clitoris is swollen, or engorged, for an extended period of time, it is possible that you are experiencing discomfort from the lack of release that comes with orgasm. My boyfriend fingers me, but I never have an orgasm, and afterwards, the swelling of my clitoris is supposed to go down, right?
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Description: The ischiocavernous and bulbocavernous muscles contract to compress the dorsal vein of the clitoris to stop drainage of the clitoris, trapping the blood. Considering your clitoris is swollen, or engorged, for an extended period of time, it is possible that you are experiencing discomfort from the lack of release that comes with orgasm. The clitoris thus does not really become erect with sexual excitement, but engorged. There is also a strip of erectile tissue similar to the placement of the corpus spongiosum in males running along the ventral surface of the corpus cavernosa main body that connects the glans clitoridis to the commissure of the vestibular bulbs. Any type of motion can increase blood flow to this organ and this results in increased secretions which lubricate the vagina.