Labialhypertrophy. … Congenital labialhypertrophy Patients with congenital labialhypertrophy are asymptomatic except for nuisances regarding hygiene, physical activity, or sexual intercourse … Congenital labialhypertrophy Noted at puberty, hypertrophy of the labia minora is not an uncommon developmental anomaly.
such is considered to be a benign disease,  but in occasional cases, due to vigorous scratching architectural distortion in the form of genital distortion (clitoral or labial … hypertrophy),  scarring and fibrosis can occur.  Singh et al .  noted clitoral hypertrophy in one of their patients with vulvar LSC.