The past decade has brought with it a new trend that is something many people did not discuss in earlier years. Today, more women have access to the appearance of female genitalia. In the past, they were not aware of what that area could or even should look like. They simply accepted the pain they had in that region during exercise, intercourse and other daily life activities. However, the fact of the matter is that some women have enlarged labia minora that cause pain in a number of different ways. Because of technological advances like cosmetic vaginal rejuvenation, women have options.
Labiaplasty is a minimally invasive surgery that reverses the changes to the vagina that have been caused by disorders, aging, or even childbirth. Most women use this procedure to restore both the look and the tightness in that area. Women who have large or asymmetric labia can certainly benefit from this surgery. Some women simply develop more tissue in that area because of hormones or heredity.
Every patient is different and each will want to listen to her doctor and consider recommendations. There are several different ways the labiaplasty surgery can be performed. Many doctors will measure and mark the excess skin in that area and then remove it and reshape the labia. You are left with a youthful looking vagina that should not cause you pain any longer.
Labia Minora reduction surgery is commonly done to reduce pain when a woman has hanging vaginal lips. Some women have anxiety and major pain from this condition and they look for help to fix the labia that have been stretched out over the years. Doctors can remove and reposition extra tissue and skin and reduce the labia to its natural contours and colors. All of the sensations are preserved in the end as well.
If you have issues in the labia region and you are considering labiaplasty, you need to set up a consultation with Dr. John Bull at The John Bull Center for Cosmetic Surgery and Laser MediSpa. Discuss the pain you have and the issues you face as openly as possible. You can then get an idea on cost, recovery time, side effects, and ask any other questions you might have.
When you deal with this issue on a daily basis, you likely want to find a way to fix the problem so you can move on with your life pain free and let the issue flee your mind and body. Contact The John Bull Center today to schedule your consultation and our medical team will work with you to get you the results you want.
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