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Vaginal Tightening Surgery

Tag: Vaginoplasty Manila Philippines

Other terms:

Vaginal tightening 

Vaginal rejuvenation

Vaginal restoration 

Flower arrangement/landscaping

More and more women are inquiring about this procedure. When asked why they want to undergo such, their reasons vary. The most common response is they want to restore the tone of their vagina the way it was before they gave birth (by normal delivery).

Others say that they want to heighten sexual pleasure not only for their own benefit but also that of their partner. Some say that the aging process affects the feel and look of their private part

Vaginoplasty is a female, surgical, genital procedure that aims to tighten the vagina. It involves removing excess vaginal lining and repairing surrounding soft tissues and muscles.

The procedure may be done in women who have had one or more vaginal births. Passage of a baby in the birth canal stretches the vagina and surrounding tissues. After delivery, the pre-delivery diameter of the vaginal canal is never attained no matter how much Kegel exercise these women tried.

These women during sexual intercourse may feel loose and although the male partner may notice a change, he may not mention anything about it.

Feeling of looseness may also be experienced by other women who have not delivered a baby yet, but still may undergo vaginoplasty to increase friction during intercourse resulting in a higher level of sexual satisfaction.

The procedure lasts for 1 to 2 hours and may be done in the outpatient setting or in the hospital.

If done in the outpatient, anesthesia used is mild sedation and local anesthesia. Patient stays in the recovery room for 2 to 3 hours and may go home when fully awake and ambulatory.

If done in the hospital , and the patient chooses to be admitted, saddle block anesthesia is done with the option to sedate or not depending on the desire of the patient. Patient is monitored in the recovery room for 4 hours and transferred to a regular room thereafter. She may be discharged after 24 hours.

Risks associated with surgery include bleeding, pain and bleeding. Bleeding is addressed during surgery. Post-operatively, pain and infection are addressed with analgesics and antibiotics.

Patients are advised follow-up after 6 days, may return to work after 7 days and may have sexual intercourse after 4-6 weeks.

After surgery, the vaginal tightness is markedly improved. Patients attest that they felt the difference and so did their partner.

Taken from an article of Dr. Grace Jaafar at