A couple’s attempts to make love ended quite shamefully mere weeks after the birth of their child due to the fact that the woman’s vagina had been changed so dramatically. It wasn’t just their love life that she had been having trouble with. She had trouble wearing jeans and simply walking began to cause friction and pain. Soon afterward, the two went to a general practitioner who diagnosed her with a uterine prolapse. What this essentially meant was that her bowel could be felt just behind the damaged vaginal walls.The doctor offered her a hysterectomy, but this operation was refused. Because she felt so poorly about her own, body she and her husband began to drift apart.
She began researching methods of vaginal surgery when she saw an advert for a television programme about image problems. She contacted the producers right away and met a surgeon who told her that she would be able to benefit from labiaplasty and vaginoplasty. Because they could not afford to pay for the operations themselves, they took this opportunity immediately.
In a 90 minute operation in London, surgeons both reinforced the vaginal wall and placed her womb back in the correct position. She was then told to not have sex for the next six weeks. Although she felt tender, her body felt more complete than it had in a long time.She went on to say that it seems as if more women are having the operation because it is at last an issue that can be spoken about out in the open.
This type of case is quite rare because the labia usually does not cause medical problems. This typically only happens after a child is delivered and the mother needs to be sutured. There are plenty of women who want this operation that haven’t even had children. These women are simply looking for cosmetic surgery because they are not satisfied with the way that their vaginas look. Medical experts urge these women to look at this issue more realistically. The perfect-looking vaginas that they are looking at in magazines are probably aided by digital imagery. They may be searching for something that is not achievable. Experts will make the claim that there are no standards for normalcy in this situation. If surgeons do not see an immediate medical issue, they will not operate and patients are urged to see general practitioners for counselling.