As with all surgical procedures, you need to be a good candidate for labiaplasty if a plastic surgeon is going to perform the treatment on you. Not all women have the right reasons, physical or emotional, to go through with this type of surgery. When you go for your initial consultation with the plastic surgeon in Mexico, he will talk to you about what it is that you desire and judge if you are a good candidate for labiaplasty. If it turns out that you are not a good candidate, your plastic surgeon will suggest alternative treatments.
Here are some reasons why women want to have labiaplasty:
Their labia minora (smaller lips) are asymmetrical, elongated or protrude past the labia majora (larger lips)
One of the labia lips is longer than the other
The labia lips feel large and floppy
They do not feel comfortable wearing swimsuits or tight jeans
They experience pain and discomfort during intercourse
Their clitoral hood has too much skin around it making sexual pleasure difficult. This may also be unaesthetic. (The treatment for this is a hoodectomy and related to vaginoplasty. It is carried out at the same time as labiaplasty)
Their awkward sized and shaped labia lips cause hygiene problems such as rashes, irritation and trapped moisture
They feel embarrassed having intimate relations with their partner
In the past, women were not all that concerned with the appearance of their labia unless they were causing them pain and discomfort. With the rise of bikini waxing and the mainstream presence of porn in the media, more and more women are starting to look at themselves from this angle and think about vaginal rejuvenation procedures such as labiaplasty and vaginoplasty.
Women are choosing to change the way their labia appear so they can feel better about themselves and increase their confidence. Mostly, they just want to look “neat” and not worry about how a new partner may perceive them.
You are a good candidate for labiaplasty if you are healthy and well adjusted individual. You must not be a surgical risk or on any medication that prevents you from having surgery. Patients with severe illnesses will not be operated on.
You should not have labiaplasty if you are pregnant or menstruating, have a yeast infection or genital herpes outbreak.
The plastic surgeon will not consider you a good candidate for labiaplasty if you have problems with bladder incontinence or a prolapsed uterus
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