Is vaginoplasty the best way to tighten up? (Photo)
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Vaginal Looseness, "I want to feel tight again"
Vaginal rejuvenation/surgically is what I would recommend for you to restore you vaginal tone. It is important that you sort out how to avoid stretching the vagina before you have it repaired. It is good that you are aware what caused this. The surgery has amazing results but it is important to understand that it will not withstand ongoing 'stretching'. Intercourse, yes, stretching, no. The recovery requires 6-8 weeks but the results are amazing.
Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation and Hymenoplasty
Sexual wellbeing is important to a happy, well balanced life. In addition to physical pleasure, sex strengthens emotional bonds between partners, and adds excitement to life.
One of the most common complaints gynecologists hear from their patients experiencing vaginal relaxationis that “sex isn’t the same”. Women say they feel “loose” and have very little sensation.Now there is a safe, quick, and effective way to treat vaginal relaxation. Laser Vaginal Rejuvenation® (LVR®) is a 1-hour outpatient surgical procedure that restores vaginal muscle tone, strength, and control. It will also effectively decrease the internal and external vaginal diameters as well as build up the perineal body. Sexual gratification for the female is directly related to the amount of frictional forces generated according to Masters and Johnson. We can accomplish this with laser vaginal rejuvenation.
The reconstruction of the hymen is an outpatient surgical procedure. The procedure will take less than 20 minutes. This procedure will accomplish your goals and result in bleeding when your relationship is consummated.
Candidate for Vaginoplasty
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Is vaginoplasty the best way to tighten up?
Vaginoplasty & vaginal rejuvenation
Vaginoplasty is the gold standard for vaginal tightening, but
Extreme stretching of the vagina, whether it happens during childbirth or not, can create not only laxity, but also damage to the supports of the pelvic floor. You would only be a good candidate for vaginoplasty if your pelvic supports are intact and undamaged. If not, you will need pelvic reconstructive surgery before or during your vaginoplasty. Otherwise, the vaginoplasty will fail. Schedule a consultation with an expert in pelvic reconstructive surgery to assess the status of your pelvic supports.
Thank you for sharing.First you need a complete evaluation of your pelvic floor for any other pelvic floor dysfunction prior to moving forward with a vaginoplasty.Second, you need a very experienced surgeon who deals with vaginal defects and tightening on a regular basis.Third, you are young and therefore your outcome should be very favorable :)best of luck to you.
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