Vaginal rejuvenation includes a variety of surgeries that “tighten” the vaginal canal, enhance, and strengthen the muscles between the female vagina and rectum. This can repair the changes a woman’s body experiences as a result of childbirth.
The procedures often reconstruct the vagina by decreasing the vaginal canal’s diameter. This is not a radically new field, but in fact has been in practice for hundreds of years as both men and women have sought to correct sexual dysfunction resulting from the changes caused by vaginal childbirth.
It is a well-known fact that vaginal delivery can cause vaginal relaxation and even prolapse. The muscles in this region have shown marked changes after delivery. This can result in female sexual dysfunction, as the changes to the pelvic floor can cause massive changes to the female anatomy after childbirth. This includes changes in libido, sexual excitement and vaginal sensation. All these factors can in turn change a woman’s ability to experience sexual pleasure.
Additionally, the vaginal muscles often change due to ageing. This is why many women claim that after childbirth, sex doesn’t feel like how it “used to.” It is important to know the limits of the surgery. Women who have complained lack of sexual desire much before childbirth will suddenly experience improved sexual function. It is therefore not an elixir for intimacy for women who haven’t been that sexually active or interested in the first place.
However, in the case of labiaplasty, where a larger than average labia causes discomfort, the surgery can enhance sex life. It is important to consult with skilled surgeons for such an intimate surgery.
Dr Tavakoli an expert in vaginoplasty surgery, and has gained years of experience in the field after being trained in the world’s finest institutes.
There has been observed genetic predisposition to require the surgery. That means that some women are more likely to get vaginal prolapse and suffer higher incidence of tissue stretching. Giving birth at a later time in your life can also lead to the need for vaginal repair.
In these cases, the surgery is “elective” – you don’t necessarily need it, but it can definitely bring back the spark in your sex life. It is also safe and surprisingly affordable. Since performing the surgery requires the surgeon to be extensively trained and experienced, it is safe with minimal chance of complication.
For many women, the surgery is a way for women to regain their intimacy with their significant other after they have done what society expects them to do – i.e. have a child.
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Just like other parts of their body, the cosmetic aspect of vaginal surgery also needs to be considered. The appearance of the vagina has marked differences after a woman gives birth. Most of these changes are not permanent, but there are some lasting changes that only surgery can resolve.