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Labiaplasty is surgical adaptation of the labia. Labiaplasty in most cases involves removing excess skin from the labia, so that the inner labia become shorter than the outer.
The woman has two pairs of labia. The outer and the inner, also called labia majora and labia minora. The term labiaplasty refers to a surgical procedure on the labia. One method will shorten the length of the inner labia, the other method will shorten the skin on the outer labia and thus make it tighter. If you have reduced fullness of the outer labia, this can be improved by inserting your own fat tissue. Often, by using this method, in addition to satisfactory fullness, a significantly improved skin tightening can be achieved.
If you plan on having surgery, you will need to take some time preparing. That will include devoting considerable time and energy to your health, learning all you can about the procedure, and getting to know the people who will be doing the surgery. Planning is essential to ensuring you have a successful procedure and recover quickly after surgery.
Recreational drugs, such as alcohol, marijuana, narcotics, and stimulants, should be discussed in great depth, since they have an effect on how the anesthesia affects you and the number of anesthetics you may require.
Remember to inform the surgeon if you or a family member has had a bad reaction to anesthesia or pain medication, and inform about your experience of anesthesia side effects even if you’ve had them in the past. Also let him know if you’ve had a stroke or have had heat stroke.
Indications for the procedure can be physical complaints from the inner labia, which in certain situations can become pinched or twisted and cause discomfort, for example when cycling or during intercourse. Some experience itching and irritation, while others find that too large/long or loose labia are a cosmetic embarrassment, whether they are in swimwear/underwear or naked. Other patients come to us when they feel that the outer labia lack fullness.
The aim when reducing the inner labia is to achieve that these do not hang down any further than the outer labia. Some people have asymmetric inner labia, in addition to being perceived as too long. This will then be corrected in the same procedure so that they become more symmetrical.