Labiaplasty

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Labiaplasty

Labiaplasty is a cosmetic genital surgical procedure that will reduce the size or change the shape of the small lips on the outside of the vagina (the labia minora).

Many women are born with a large or irregular labia.   Others develop this condition after childbirth or with aging.   The appearance of the enlarged labia can cause embarrassment with a sexual partner or loss of self-esteem.

Chronic labial irritation can sometimes develop in women who wear tight clothing.  Discomfort can occur with sex, sports or other physical activities.

Labiaplasty surgery can greatly enhance the cosmetic appearance of the outer vagina, giving many women greater confidence and self-esteem. Women who experience a painful or irritated labia will often find relief after surgery.

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FAQs

Why would I want labiaplasty surgery?

I don’t have children. Can I still have a labiaplasty?

What is the average length of time a Labiaplasty procedure?

Where is the labiaplasty surgery performed and what type of anaesthesia is used for labiaplasty surgery?

What are the risks involved in labiaplasty surgery?

What is the post-operative period like?

How many post-operative follow visits are required after labiaplasty surgery?

When can I return to work post labiaplasty surgery?

When can I resume exercise post labiaplasty surgery?

When can I resume sexual activity post labiaplasty surgery?

Will labiaplasty surgery result in a decrease in a decrease in sensation?

Will labiaplasty alter the skin surrounding my clitoris?

Will my sexual partner notice a difference after my labiaplasty surgery?

Can labiaplasty be combined with other procedures?

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How much is an initial consultation?

Can I schedule my consultation the same day as surgery?

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