Labiaplasty / Labia Reduction
Clitoral Reduction / Clitoroplasty / Clitoral Hood Reduction
Clitoral Phimosis / Female Phimosis / Female Clitoral Circumcision
Women - sometime feel that their love life is lost, self esteem is lost, all because hoe she looks in vaginal region; leading to devastating effect on her life. Actually, It can reduce her sexual desire and excitement, ruin her love life, spoil her self-esteem, or cause discomfort. An increasing number of women are opting for plastic surgery on their vagina, citing discomfort during sport, embarrassment during sex and of course aesthetic reasons as prime motivating factors, the latter giving rise to the term designer vagina.
Labiaplasty is undertaken to alter the size of the labia minora (inner labia). Whether the size of labia makes you feel self-conscious or uncomfortable during sexual intercourse, you experience of part rubbing from underwear or clothing such as jeans, or, labia have been stretched during childbirth.
Some women who have had labiaplasty say it's as much for comfort or hygiene as beauty. In some cases, large labia can create hygiene problems or affect sexual function
This surgical operation resets the protruding clitoris and reduces the length and projection of the clitoral hood. These procedures could be done along with labial reduction or other female genital surgeries.
Some ladies are bothered by the size of the clitoral hood and the clitoris shaft or head (glans). The hood may protrude too much causing the female to be self-conscious or irritated. Patient may feel that the protruding hood and clitoris cause a bulge in her clothing or the appearance of a small penis.
In cases, where length of clitoris is not much, it is pulled up and fixed to a little higher position with the help of sutures. The pulling up and moving in of the head of the clitoris eliminates the protrusion and allows to remove some of the longitudinal hood skin. The hood becomes shorter, and the hood and clitoris no longer protrude. There is no risk of injury to the nerve or change of sensation.
The Prepuce is anatomically designed to offer the clitoris some protection against undue abrasion;or over stimulation. It naturally retracts during sexual intercourse, thereby leaving the highly innervated surface of the clitoral head [what is commonly referred to as the exterior G-spot or Glans], to be more exposed thereby, resulting in female sexual orgasms. In some women with small clitoral head/nodes or those that have excess Prepuce tissue [both common conditions] find that they cannot achieve orgasm, or have a difficult /harder time reaching climax, because the clitoris is almost covered, or restricted by too much skin tissue, thereby, greatly lessened or absent tactile sensation. When the skin around the clitoral hood is too tight, causing pain and discomfort to the woman; surgery is needed.
Surgery for female Phimosis - Female clitoral circumcision, female clitoral Unhooding - the procedure is somewhat analogous to penile circumcision in men