After clitoroplasty, the sensitivity of the created clitoris can vary from person to person. The sensitivity of the clitoris is influenced by multiple factors, including the surgical technique used, individual nerve anatomy, and the healing process.

During clitoroplasty, the surgeon typically aims to preserve as much of the clitoral nerve supply as possible to retain sensitivity. However, the degree of sensation experienced in the created clitoris may not be exactly the same as in a cisgender woman’s clitoris.

Some individuals may experience heightened sensitivity to temperature, pressure, and touch in the clitoral area after clitoroplasty. This sensitivity can contribute to sexual pleasure and arousal.

It’s important to keep in mind that sexual sensations are complex and can vary widely from person to person. Sexual experiences involve not only physical sensations but also emotional and psychological factors. Communication with sexual health professionals and open dialogue with your healthcare provider can help you understand and manage your sexual health and sensations after clitoroplasty.

If you have specific concerns about clitoroplasty and its potential effects on sensitivity, it’s important to discuss them with your gender-affirming surgeon during the pre-operative consultation. Your surgeon can provide you with more personalized information based on your individual anatomy and surgical plan. Additionally, maintaining good post-operative care and following your surgeon’s instructions can support healing and optimize outcomes, including sensitivity in the clitoral area.