The intimate surgery which is also called vaginoplasty or ninfoplastia is indicated to correct deformities or changes in vaginal aesthetic. Among the reasons that lead more women to perform this procedure are: increasing the size of the labia majora and labia minora of the vagina, large volume of the mons pubis, which can cause discomfort in the use of bikinis or tight clothing, among other causes. In some cases, there are patients who complain of sagging, vaginal enlargement postpartum or darkening of the vaginal mucosa. The cosmetic changes in the female genitals are far more frequent than you think and can be easily resolved with simple procedures and adequate postoperative care. The surgery can return to the woman´s self-esteem and improved sex life.
When is the surgery indicated?
When there is hypertrophy (enlargement) of the size of the labia majora and the lower lips of the vagina and large volume of the pubic mountain to the point to bring discomfort during sexual intercourse or only to disrupt aesthetically.
What is the type of anesthesia that is used?
It is performed local anesthesia, local anesthesia with sedation and, in some situations, locks to depend on a consensus between the team and the patient.
The surgery lasts an average of 30 minutes.
No. The postoperative ninfoplastia is very quiet and virtually painless.
Yes. There is no restriction with respect to sit or lie down.
- Follow adequately to medical recommendations;
- Have a complete cleaning of the site;
- Using prescription drugs;
- Avoid sex during the first month;
- Avoid trousers, breeches and shorts too tight;
- Avoid swimming in the ocean or pool during the first 15 to 21 days.