Vaginoplasty is a vaginal rejuvenation surgery that aims to tighten up the vagina by correcting the distension of the vaginal canal tissues and recover the contraction capacity of the vaginal muscles. During the surgery, a reduction of the muscles around the vagina is performed, which improves muscle tone and elasticity. In this way, the posterior wall of the vagina is reinforced, which improves the continence of the perineal floor and the disorders associated with this excessive enlargement are solved.
Vaginoplasty is mostly and frequently performed in women who suffer from a weakening of the support of the pelvic organs and a widening of the vagina as a result of having had several childbirths. Besides, the loss of firmness of the pelvic floor can also cause uterine prolapse (fall and bladder displacement), urinary incontinence, and low intensity or less frequent sexual intercourse of orgasms.
Who Is This For?
Healthy women who want to correct episiotomies after births or those who suffer from a widening of the vagina canal due to age, menopause or multiple births.
Potential Risks & Side Effects
Success Rate: 98%
How Does it Work?
Vaginoplasty is an aesthetic surgical intervention in which problems related to a woman's vagina are treated, such as sagging of the pelvic organs after pregnancy. The procedure of vaginoplasty consists of narrowing the vaginal canal, joining the muscles with absorbable stitches. The vaginoplasty procedure can last from one to two hours and, depending on the degree of widening of the vagina, will be performed under general or only local anesthesia. The postoperative period is done at home and will require the administration of mild painkillers.
What Does Vaginoplasty Treatment Involve?
1. Consultation for Vaginoplasty
The first step to start your vaginoplasty process will be online consultation. During this consultation, our specialist will ask you a series of questions to know what your symptoms, motivations, and expectations are. It will also take the opportunity to write your complete medical history to rule out a possible contraindication. The main target of this stage is to make sure whether you are a suitable candidate for vaginoplasty or not.
2. Planning Your Trip and Choosing the Clinic
After it has been decided that you are the right candidate for the vaginoplasty procedure, we will share the results of the clinics and surgeons; which we filter according to the criteria we receive from you. After you make your selection, we proceed to the stage of date determination and detailed adjustments.
3. Final Consultation with Your Surgeon
When you arrive at the clinic, you will have a face-to-face consultation with your vaginoplasty surgeon. He or she will ask you some questions to try to understand your expectations better and also make you understand what you should expect from your vaginoplasty treatment. The surgeon will examine you and tell you in detail about the procedure, the risks, the results, how to prepare yourself and how to live the postoperative period. Take advantage of this first contact to ask the surgeon your questions. We recommend you to prepare a list with all your doubts before the consultation, to make sure you don't forget any details. Your surgeon and your clinic will explain everything you need to know about your vaginoplasty process and try to simulate the results as much as possible, in order you to feel ready.
4. Medical Examinations
Before the vaginoplasty process begins, your surgeon will conduct some necessary medical tests to make sure that you are in acceptable health status for the procedure. Every patient is required to undergo medical tests to ensure that nothing will hinder the success of the surgery and if any risk detected at this stage, surgeons try to eliminate them first.
The surgical procedure of vaginoplasty consists of the closure of the muscles located around the vagina, which are distended or deformed and which are responsible for giving strength to the vaginal walls while improving the elasticity and control of the vulva.
The results of this operation are usually highly satisfactory since a narrower vagina and a stronger pelvic floor are obtained without leaving visible scars in the area. Besides, in many cases, the satisfaction of sexual relations affected by this type of malformations is improved.
Things You Should Consider After Vaginoplasty Treatment
Is Vaginoplasty Procedure Painful?
No, it is not a painful procedure. However, your doctor will prescribe a pain reliever to ease the postoperative period.
What Are the Preoperative Instructions of Vaginoplasty?
The seven days before surgery, it is important to avoid taking aspirin or other blood-thinning drugs to limit the risk of bleeding and bruising. Anti-inflammatories should be avoided for a period of the previous three days. Smoking is also not allowed 1 month before and after the surgery. You will have to consult your anesthetist at least 48 hours before the procedure. The night before and the morning of surgery, you will have to shower with an antiseptic.
What Are the Complementary Procedures of Vaginoplasty?
To achieve a rejuvenation of the intimate area, you can also perform a labiaplasty (reduction of the vaginal lips), treat vaginal dryness, as well as increase the G-spot, using techniques such as lasers, or even injections.
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