Look Great “Down Under” with Vaginal Rejuvenation

Look Great “Down Under” with Vaginal Rejuvenation

For whatever reason, many women feel like their vagina and the surrounding area is not pretty enough or needs cosmetic fixing. While seemingly a strange request, it makes sense. What better what to feel sexy or more like a woman than to have the most beautiful lady parts possible?


But there are other reasons that could inspire vaginal rejuvenation. If your vagina has undergone serious trauma, like cutting, tearing, or extreme stretching (like with the use of forceps) during childbirth and never fully recovered, you may still be suffering from incontinence or other problems. Sometimes, you can undergo the surgery to improve sex, heightening pleasure for either you or your partner.


Make the Sex Great

Many of the variations of these procedures are actually designed to make sex more enjoyable for you, giving you more confidence and poise. For example, doctors can unhood your clitoris or enlarge the elusive G-spot. All of this will supposedly help you enjoy intercourse even more.


While it got its start as a medical procedure, vaginal rejuvenation has become more and more common as a purely cosmetic procedure. But whether you want to correct some asymmetry and look better or you just want to stop feeling loose and saggy down there, vaginal rejuvenation can be the way to go.


What Is the Procedure Like?

Often done with a laser, the surgery is usually mostly bloodless. It lasts between one to two hours, and you will be going home right afterward. The specifics vary depending on the type of treatment you are receiving. Are you getting a vaginoplasty to tighten up the pelvic wall and the vagina itself? Or are you getting a labiaplasty to reduce the size of one of your labias, bringing them more in harmony with each other?



Surprisingly, recovery time is minimal. You would think that an operation on something so delicate would result in a lot of pain, but that is not the case. As long as you clean the wound properly and follow the doctor’s instructions, there should be minimal pain and no problems. You must, however, take special care to not put any unnecessary friction on the area for a few days. After about 4 days, you can return to a desk job. The overall recovery period is 6 weeks. After that, you may return to your normal activities, including intercourse.




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