Vaginal Rejuvenation: A Woman’s Personal Choice

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Culturally, it can be difficult for women to talk frankly about their sexual health–even in a medical setting.

Women find it particularly difficult to talk about issues relating to their vulvovaginal structures – especially issues that started after childbirth.

But many women might not know that they have the option of vaginal rejuvenation.

What is Vaginal Rejuvenation?

Childbirth can reduce tightness around the vaginal area and cause excess labial tissue.

This can be an issue for women, who have difficulty exercising or performing sexual intercourse when “labial trapping” occurs.

Vaginal rejuvenation reduces that excess tissue as well as tightens up the vagina: a combination of vaginoplasty and labiaplasty.

New technologies have replaced the traditional scalpel with precise laser technology.

Is it Right for Me?

As with all cosmetic treatments, the individual in question needs to decide if vaginal rejuvenation is right for them. But in many cases vaginal rejuvenation is not just a cosmetic treatment.

For example, many women report an improvement in their sex lives after receiving the procedure.

If a woman is uncomfortable with how her labia looks, they can decide to undergo the procedure for cosmetic benefit. This makes it a very personal decision. Oftentimes vaginal rejuvenation is a procedure performed in the context of restoring a vagina’s appearance and function to before childbirth.

Vaginas have no “correct” look. And vaginal rejuvenation shouldn’t be seen as simply a “correction” surgery.

A woman’s feelings toward herself and her body should decide first what she wants, and she should carefully consider the implications of going for the procedure.

Vaginal Rejuvenation Is an Intimate Decision

Even more than your typical cosmetic treatment, patients face a very personal decision of whether or not to undergo vaginal rejuvenation. Find a physician who can talk frankly with you in a safe environment and who will look out for your needs.

If you’re considering vaginal rejuvenation, find a doctor who will help you understand the process thoroughly and help you decide if it’s right for you.

If you need more information, call our office to schedule an appointment with Dr. Nicole Hayre.