Vaginal Cosmetic Surgery is the fastest growing procedure in plastic surgery, with labiaplasty being one of the most common procedure requested.
When the vaginal muscles become loose, many women start to lose their sexual self-esteem. Thus, this also leads to a reduced amount of sexual pleasure. A vaginal rejuvenation is performed to improve and restore the function and/or appearance of your vagina.
Loosened vaginal muscles can result in stress incontinence (UI); this is because the bladder is situated close to the vaginal wall. During childbirth, as the baby travels through the birth canal, the muscles, fascia, and ligaments separate and may be weakened, consequently weakening the ‘framework’ that supports the bladder. UI can also be a result of inherited muscle weakness, high-impact exercises, strain by chronic coughing, obesity and even smoking. There is help whatever your case may be.
There are three main functions of the vagina; by understanding what they are you will understand why some women decide to get vaginal rejuvenation. It is through the vagina that a woman menstruates, has sex, and (unless a cesarean is done) gives birth.
If we put menstruation aside, the other two functions (especially childbirth) can take a substantial toll on the vaginal muscles. Stress incontinence isn’t exactly a walk in the park, and reduced sexual pleasure doesn’t help either.
Vaginal rejuvenation is a combination of two procedures, labiaplasty and vaginoplasty and often referred to as ‘Designer Vagina’. The two surgeries are usually performed at the same time, providing you with a tightened vagina and improved labia, during one visit. A bladder sling can be performed in combination with these two procedures.