As a person ages, even the most intimate and private parts of the body age. Along with it, childbirth leaves it permanently disfigured. This not only affects vaginal structural contours but also can lead to excessive pain during exercise or sexual activity. It can also lead to an excessive stretch of tissues leading to marked decrease in sexual gratification. Lack of ability to have pleasurable intimate relationships and self-confidence may lead to depression in some females. All of these can be corrected by Cosmetic Genital Rejuvenation Surgeries.
Only after thorough examination, we chalk out the best suitable plan for you and perform these surgeries. We have in house gynaecologist as well who can allay your other concerns, if any. You can be rest assured that your problems will be dealt with utmost compassion, discretion whilst maintaining highest confidentiality.
What is Vulvoplasty / Labiaplasty?
Vulvoplasty is reshaping of the vulva or labia, which are the outer and inner lips of the vagina. This usually involves reduction of labia minora, augmentation/alteration of labia majora and clitoral hood remodelling. Individuals require either of these or their combination. This can be combined with at grafting to the outer labia to give a closed, rejuvenated and virginal look.
What is Vaginoplasty?
Due to repeated child birth or aging vaginal walls loosen their tightness and become too lax. Vaginoplasty is a vaginal tightening procedure solving the above problem and increasing sexual gratification.
What is the recovery like?
After surgery, you will wear a sanitary pad with a small amount of antibiotic ointment on it, and use ice packs for comfort as and when required. All of your stitches will be dissolvable. You will use a “peri bottle” or water bottle to cleanse yourself after going to the bathroom. When you are resting at home, we advise pelvic elevation by keeping your pelvis propped up on 1-2 pillows to help the swelling come down faster.
Swelling after labiaplasty peaks in the first 2 weeks. At this time, swelling is gravity-dependent, so you will notice that spending more time doing pelvic elevation helps the swelling decrease. Even if you are up and about right after surgery, this will not affect your long-term result, although it may take a bit longer for your swelling to go away. After the first 2 weeks, swelling continues to decrease on its own. You will have about 80% of the final surgical result at 1 month after surgery and 90% after 6 weeks, although it takes a full 6 months for all swelling to completely dissipate.
When can you return to work?
You will be able to do normal activities, such as walking and running an errand, the day after surgery. Depending on the nature of your job, many women are able to return to work within 2-3 days. You will be able to return to sexual intercourse and normal activities after approximately 6 weeks.
Other procedures offered:
- G-spot augmentation (for increasing sexual gratification)