When it comes to the female body, it is typical to have a feature that you do not like. It could be your nose, your hips or your hair. If you are like most women, you try not to think about your vagina. However, you may be experiencing problems in this delicate area that need to be resolved. If you are avoiding intimacy or living in discomfort because you have excess tissue in your vagina, labiaplasty could be the answer for you.
Why Have Labiaplasty?
Labiaplasty is performed when there is too much tissue or skin in your vagina. You may have a problem with the labia majora, the outer folds of your vagina, or the labia minora, the inner folds of your vagina. Regardless of where you are dealing with excess tissue, it can really make you uncomfortable. You may be dealing with irritation, inflammation and chafing.
Too much tissue in the vagina can also get in the way of intercourse. You may find that you’re really self-conscious about the appearance of excess tissue in your vagina or that the skin rubs together all of the time. Excess skin in your vagina may even be noticeable when you are wearing form-fitting clothing. You may have always had a problem with too much skin in this area or it could have developed after childbirth. If the presence of too much vaginal tissue is really making you uncomfortable, you should consider labiaplasty.
What Happens During a Labiaplasty Procedure?
During your outpatient surgery, our surgical team will numb your vaginal tissues. Excess tissue will be removed with special tools. You will be monitored in the recovery room in order to ensure that you are safe to go home. Our surgical team will give you specific instructions concerning care for your area during healing. You will need to take a break from intercourse while you allow the delicate tissues of your vagina to heal.
Once you have healed from your procedure, you will finally be able to relieve your discomfort. You will have more confidence in yourself, whether you are with your partner or wearing something new that shows off your figure. You won’t have to worry about vaginal tissue getting in your way anymore.
Talk to Our Plastic Surgeon About Labiaplasty
If you are having trouble with excess skin in your vagina, a surgical solution may be the only answer. Set up a consultation at The John Bull Center for Cosmetic Surgery and Laser Medispa to address your problem with Dr. Bull. He can perform a physical examination to determine if labiaplasty is the right approach for you. Your symptoms will be reviewed and your health history will be considered as well. If labiaplasty can help you and you have no health problems that are a concern, our doctor can plan a labiaplasty procedure that is just right for you. Contact us today to schedule a consultation at our office in Naperville.