The term ‘designer vagina’ is used by many – especially in the media.
But it really doesn’t do labiaplasty… and more importantly the reasons why many people who have it, justice.
Of course, there are people who have the procedure for cosmetic reasons – yet in my experience, these cases are very few.
This is a very personal decision and only concerns the woman who is having it done, whether it be for cosmetic or medical reasons.
Labia minora hypertrophy and asymmetry can lead to women avoiding sexual relationships.
But more often than not, women have a labiaplasty for functional reasons.
In many cases, women can find it causes them discomfort or even pain in certain situations, such as during sexual intercourse, applying a tampon, exercise, or even walking. Many women have quit athletic endeavours or cannot wear the clothing they want because of their labial hypertrophy.
Imagine not being able to wear your favourite jeans because of the discomfort and pain you experience daily in one of the most sensitive areas of the human body?
An elongated labia can have developed naturally or could develop after suffering trauma, including during childbirth.
In some circumstances women can have difficulty urinating and get urinary tract infections.
So, it isn’t a “designer vagina” – but a healthy vulva.
“This has become a much more popular procedure,” Dr John says.
“And most of the women who I see are not having a labiaplasty for cosmetic reasons. They are having it for medical or health reasons.”
Are you interested in a labiaplasty, or simply would like to know more? Why don’t you reach out to Dr John and his team today?