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Vaginoplasty is a procedure designed to tighten the vagina. After childbirth, women may complain of vaginal laxity, resulting from stretching of tissues and separating of muscles. Vaginal laxity can contribute to sexual dysfunction. This procedure results in a tighter vaginal canal, which can help enhance sexual satisfaction.

Patients with significant laxity may be better candidates for surgical tightening with vaginoplasty. Noninvasive vaginal tightening through heating tissues with HIFU, radiofrequency waves or laser are alternatives to vaginoplasty for less vaginal laxity suffering patients.

Vaginoplasty can be done under local anesthesia OR it can be done under general anesthesia.

Risks of a vaginoplasty?

Risks from vaginoplasty include infection, bleeding, pain, along with rare complications.

Recovering from a vaginoplasty

Most patients take two week off from work. They may feel a deep ache for the first few days,Patients can use tampon or intercourse eight weeks after surgery . Depending on the amount of tightening performed, some patients may be instructed to use dilators.

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