The female body undergoes many changes as a woman gets older, as she goes through common life experiences like childbirth, and as she undergoes hormonal changes. Any of these can affect the external genitalia, causing the labia to become enlarged and uncomfortable. Although many women decide to have labiaplasty for emotional and aesthetic reasons, there are actually several medical reasons to consider labiaplasty.
Have you lost that “loving feeling”? Are you not enjoying sex as much as you once did? This isn’t a topic most women want to admit to or discuss. As we start a new year, maybe it’s time to make a New Year’s resolution and learn how vaginal rejuvenation can change your life. Now is as good a time as ever.
Women who have had children or are getting a little older sometimes find that sexual pleasure can be lacking. Many times this is due to the vagina becoming lax or less tight than it once was. But, there is a cosmetic surgery which can improve this and rejuvenate the vagina known as a vaginoplasty. Sometimes a labiaplasty is performed at the same time, but what is the difference between labiaplasty and vaginoplasty?
For those women interested in a labiaplasty, be aware that you must be evaluated by a professional and deemed a good candidate. Once you have been cleared for surgery, let’s find out what you can expect before, during, and after your labiaplasty.