Surgery to fix a "chubby" vagina?
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Surgery for "chubby" vagina
Labia Majora and Labia Minora
Thank you for your question. Prominent labia majora may result in the "chubby" vagina that you are describing. You may also have large labia minora contributing to your issue. It is more challenging to determine your specific condition without photographs. Reducing the fat and skin of the labia majora and reduction of the skin of the labia minora (if necessary) may be beneficial. A thorough examination to best evaluate your specific condition would allow the ability to offer patient-specific recommendations. For a consultation, New Jersey to Cleveland, Ohio is a short plane ride and only a few hour drive. Best of luck.
Jeffrey S. Palmer, MD, FACS, FAAP (Cosmetic Urologist - Cleveland, OH)
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When women speak of a "fat" or "chubby" vagina they usually are talking about the labia majora and sometimes even the mons pubis area that connects to the upper labia majora. Women with this condition usually need to be evaluated and often need liposuction of the mons (possibly) and the labia majora and then have the skin reduced of the labia majora so she doesn't end up with saggy skin in this area.
This would be no different than a woman who loses a ton of weight and then they have loose flabby skin. At that point they need the labia majora skin reduced. Now you might not need all of what i have mentioned, the only way to know is to be evaluated. Please see the link below.
John R Miklos MD
Urogynecologist & Cosmetic Vaginal Surgeon
Atlanta ~ Beverly Hills ~ Dubai
Gary J. Alter, M.D.
Beverly Hills, CA - Manhattan, NYC
Options for "Chubby Vagina"
Thank you sharing on such a sensitive topic. The short answer is yes as to whether something can be done surgically to help you "look and feel better". Your best starting point would be a detailed exam from an experienced cosmetic Gynecologist/Urogynecologist surgeon to assist you in obtaining your goals. This would be important because to achieve what you have described may in fact require a combination of procedures as is frequently the case in these situations.
Best Wishes to achieve your success.
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