When it comes to issues with your vagina, it’s a sensitive subject. Most women don’t want to talk about problems with their labia, or lips of the vagina, especially if you are a young woman in your 20s. If you have excess skin, whether it’s your inner labia or outer labia of your vagina, it can really get in the way.
You don’t have to accept these problems with your vagina and there’s no reason to be embarrassed. You can have plastic surgery known as labiaplasty to correct any issues with the tissues inside and outside of your vagina. This type of vaginal rejuvenation surgery could be the answer for you.
Why Consider Labiaplasty in Your 20s?
If you are suffering from excess tissue in your vaginal area, it’s best to deal with it as soon as possible. The problems you are experiencing now will only become more pronounced as you get older. Having children, intercourse and gravity can all take a toll on your vaginal tissue, making it stretch and droop more with the passage of time.
Tackle that extra tissue in your inner or outer labia now. If you are experiencing pain, chafing or you are self-conscious about excess tissue in your vaginal area, labiaplasty can help you to feel better, physically and emotionally.
What Happens During a Labiaplasty Procedure?
The first step is to have an evaluation by our board-certified gynecologist and cosmetic surgeon. Our surgeon will assess the condition of your inner and outer labia to target any area where you need a reduction. When you have your outpatient procedure, our plastic surgeon will ensure that your comfort is a top priority during your surgery.
During your procedure, excess skin will be removed. The surgeon will tuck the other skin in where necessary, and make sure that you have a symmetrical appearance in the vaginal area when your procedure is completed.
What Can You Expect After Labiaplasty?
Your body will need to go through the natural process of healing after your procedure. Our doctor will provide you with post-op instructions. You should not engage in extreme exercise for that amount of time.
You also do not want to apply any unnecessary pressure to your vaginal area after your surgery. Once you have fully recovered, you will no longer feel the discomfort and chafing that was a result of excess labial tissue. You’ll be more confident as well.
Learn More About Labiaplasty
To find out more about how labiaplasty can help you, make an appointment with our cosmetic surgeon at Wayzata Cosmetic Surgery and Spa in Wayzata. Why wait for relief? The sooner you address issues with your labia, the better. Contact our office today to schedule your consultation.