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What is Labial Reduction?
More and more women are seeking female genital surgery or "vulvoplasty" to correct a number of problems relating to their vulvas. The two most popular types of vulvoplasty are labial reduction for correcting enlarged labia minora or mis-shapen labia minora, and vaginal tightening surgery or vaginoplasty, for correcting vaginal relaxation or a loose vagina.
Whether they are unhappy or embarrassed with the looks of their vulva or if their elongated/mis-shapen labia minora are causing them pain or embarrassment - female genital surgery can correct these problems.
When the surgery selected is for reducing the labia minora, it is referred to as "labioplasty." When a woman's loose vagina is tightened, it is referred to as vaginoplasty for correcting "vaginal relaxation."
Some of the more common reasons given by women to seek vulvoplasty include;
labia minora (smaller lips of the vulva) are uneven, mis-shapen or elongated
one of the labia minora lips is longer than the other
labia minora feel "floppy"
no longer able to wear a bikini or favorite swimsuit because you are afraid that your labia minora may "fall out" of the bikini
long/protruding labia minora cause pain during intercourse or when wearing tight jeans.
clitoral hood has excess skin which is either unsightly or interferes with sexual pleasure
too much skin surrounding the clitoris or a "baggy" clitoral hood.
after childbirth, my vagina seems too loose, and intercourse doesn't feel the same
your vagina feels like it is "gaping" open
intercourse is no longer pleasurable, for you - or for him and doesn't feel as good as it once did
What you, and he are experiencing, is something called "Vaginal Relaxation" the medical term for having a "loose vagina."
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