What To Know About Laser Labiaplasty, Vaginal Rejuvenation, and Recovery
Posted by ALVR | December 7, 2017Back to All
Laser labiaplasty treatments can improve issues that plague many women, including vaginal looseness or decreased sensation during intercourse, especially women with minor vaginal laxity and those who are willing to undergo periodic treatments. Your physician will be able to decide on the appropriateness of the procedure for you at the time of your consultation for laser labiaplasty treatment and discuss other treatment options specific to you.
If your physician feels that you are not a good candidate, or if you’ve undergone multiple treatments and haven’t noticed much improvement, chances are you have some degree of pelvic organ prolapse, which means that the vaginal muscles have weakened, allowing the bladder, rectum or uterus to drop. In these instances, a formal surgical repair is the most appropriate procedure to deliver the desired degree of tightening, usually a level similar to before childbirth. Surgical treatment is also appropriate for women who no longer want to undergo periodic laser treatments.
Depending on the type of vaginal rejuvenation you and your physician choose, procedures can be outpatient or require an overnight stay. Typical recovery time for surgical vaginal rejuvenation is 6 weeks, with most patients opting to take 1-2 weeks off from work after surgery. Your surgeon will help decide which type of procedure is best for you and discuss all of your options in detail.
Before & After
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