I have this loose skin between vaginal hole and anus since as long as i remember.it looks like a tail and is quite embarrasing.it doesnt hurt or anything and is squishy to touch.i am 31 years female.what can be done for this?thank you
Loose Skin Between Vaginal Hole and Anus? (photo)
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Loose Skin at Perineum, Behind Labia Minora: Treatment Options
Loose skin between vagina and anus
The loose skin can be easily removed under local anesthesia. It is a simple procedure with minimal post-operative discomfort.
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Skin between vagina and anus
This skin is actually quite common and is basically and extension of the labia minora (inner lips. It is relatively straight forward to basically trim this tissue away under local anesthesia +/- light sedation. Glad to help...
Loose skin of perineum
The area between the vagina and the anus is known as the perineum. Just like the labia minora, there can be many variations on how his area appears that are all normal. Extra skin folds in the perineum can attach to the labia minora. If this bother you cosmetically, the skin folds can be surgically trimmed or removed. This is usually done under local anesthesia with minimal recovery. Consult with a Board Certified plastic surgeon for more information.
What is this loose skin and what can I do about it?
Loose skin between the vagina and the anus
Obviously I can only give you an opinion based on your picture but from what I can see the extra loose skin can easily be resected and then re-approximated. This is done under local anesthesia in our procedure room. The recovery although uncomfortable initially is rather quick.
This is a common issue with a simple fix.
Treating loose skin on the perineum
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