This procedure involves surgically tightening the pelvic floor muscles and the opening around the vagina. The female vagina can become stretched, flaccid, or less toned after childbirth, due to hormonal changes, or even with age. This can be a problem for the patient psychologically and even during intimacy, creating insecurity.
Benefits of Vaginal Rejuvenation
There are many benefits that come from this procedure. For example, women who have vaginal laxity may suffer from sexual disfunction during intercourse. The patient or the patient’s partner might feel a lack of pleasure due to the vaginal walls becoming weak, women can even feel discomfort or pain during intercourse. Considering the surgery involves tightening of the vulva, after the procedure is performed women are guaranteed an increase in sexual indulgence. Another benefit involves an increase in confidence and self-esteem, some women choose to have this procedure either for reconstructive reasons the or for aesthetic appearances, either way the patient will feel like a whole new person. The strength and control of the vaginal muscle will be regained.
How Is It Performed?
The surgery can take up to an hour or two, and it involves the surgical removal of any loose skin from the back side of the vagina, it can also be combined with a labiaplasty, which is the reshaping of the female’s outer vaginal labia. The vaginal muscle is then pulled together and the mucous membrane is tightened with dissolvable sutures. The surgery can offer the patient a more youthful appearance and tightening of the vaginal canal.
What to Expect After A Vaginal Rejuvenation Surgery.
Patient can expect excessive swelling and bruising for several days or weeks. Rest is mandatory for two to four days after the surgery, patient cannot perform any strenuous activities such as exercise or intimacy with their partner because it can delay the healing process. It can take from four to six weeks for the patient to fully heal. The patient may have to abstain from sexual intercourse for five weeks, or until she no longer feels pain.
Disclaimer: Results may vary from person to person