I'm pretty worried; see pics & tell me is there any abnormality with my labia lips or it okay? (Photos)
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Labiaplasty is up to you
It is not the best picture but the basic take home message is: A labiaplasty is an elective procedure to help reduce the size of your labias in or der to ease the physical and or emotional discomfort that they may be causing you. If your labias do not bother you then you do not need a labiaplasty!
Candidate for Labiaplasty?
You are OK. This is Normal
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I'm pretty worried; see pics and tell me is there any abnormality with my labia lips?
Labiaplasty decision is personal
First, let me reassure you that your labia appearance is normal. However there is a trend to have less prominent labia, but this is a matter of choice and there are no medical reasons to do so other than improving your appearance down there. Candidates for a Labiaplasty procedure are women who are concerned about the appearance of their labia or experience discomfort due to exceptionally large or long labia of either the inner our outer lips. Labia unevenness can result in discomfort with intimate contact, chronic rubbing, as well as psychological discomfort, which leads to the inability to wear certain types of tight clothing. Most women live with these symptoms, and actually are not even aware that a certain surgical procedure exists to help to correct this problem and restore their femininity.
Based solely on the pictures, your anatomy seems normal. Labiaplasty would be elective and cosmetic.
To be sure, see two or more experienced, board-certified Plastic Surgeons in your area for a complete evaluation to make sure you are a good candidate and that it is safe for you to have this procedure.
I hope this helps.
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