Body Surgery Intimate surgery (Labiaplasty)

Labiaplasty is a term used for a cosmetic procedure that aims to reduce the length of a woman's labia minora. It is one of the most popular genital rejuvenation procedures performed on women and can help alleviate the symptoms related to tugging and twisting of your labia.

Why consider a labioplasty?

There are a number of reasons why women may consider a labiaplasty procedure as part of genital rejuvenation. The vagina may loosen or relax due to natural aging and/or delivery. This ultimately results in reduced sexual satisfaction. There is a direct relationship between sexual pleasure and the tension experienced during penetration.

How does it work?

The main objective of an intimate surgery is to minimize the labia minora. This prevents it from falling under the labia majora. The procedure is useful to correct the asymmetry, that is, when one lip is longer compared to the other. But more commonly, it is used to reduce the length of both in order to avoid jerks, twists or falls of items such as swimsuits.

FAQ

My gynecologist also performs this procedure, is there a difference?

Although many doctors perform this procedure, their orientation during training is for functional problems and plastic surgeons are oriented towards aesthetics and beauty. More important is the experience of the surgeon and his technique.

Will sexual pleasure be affected after labiaplasty?

Sexual feelings after a labiaplasty depend, to begin with, on the degree of abnormality of the lips. If excess labial tissue interferes with sexual activity before labiaplasty, then you and your partner may notice improvement after surgery.

Can I have a labiaplasty if I have not had children yet?

Yes, if large lips create physical, emotional or psychological problems, it is necessary to correct them, especially because the procedure itself is quite simple and straightforward.

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