Vaginal problems are a very private and delicate matter that you may be too embarrassed to divulge or discuss it with others, even with your partner or your closest friends. And as you know, untreated conditions of this nature worsen over time and may likely take its toll on your relationship as well. But thanks to the growing popularity and effectiveness of different vaginal surgery procedures, more and more women are opening up and freeing themselves from the menacing shackles of vaginal troubles.
At Destination Beauty, we’ll help you, as we’ve done for hundreds of others, get through this sensitive situation. Our partner surgeons in Thailand are skilled, experienced, and trained to expertly handle these delicate issues. Our affiliate hospitals are all international-standard and equipped with state-of-the-art technology. And when you get in touch with us and avail of our FREE services, you will find out how easy and affordable it is to feel good once again about you’re “down there.”
If you have enlarged labia (lips of the vagina) because of difficulties in childbirth, sexual intercourse or simply genetics, you can benefit from a reduction labiaplasty. This procedure, also referred to as labioplasty, allows for the reduction of abnormal sized labia to correct shape irregularities and to better define and improve their appearance.
The surgery is an inpatient procedure and normally takes one to two hours to complete. You will be under general anesthetic which means you will be asleep and will not feel pain during the operation. It’s generally a safe procedure and complications are rare. There will be mild discomfort around your private region for a few days following your surgery but they will gradually fade.
You can expect to return to work after four to seven days but you should avoid strenuous activities for at least four weeks. Sex, on the other hand, should weight six to eight weeks.
This procedure is done to repair a prolapse and is also called a prolapse operation. A prolapse happens when the tissue supporting your vagina and your rectum do not return to normal after pregnancy. The rectum droops down onto the back of your vagina, creating a bulge and causing great discomfort.
This condition may not be noticed until after menopause although having a physically demanding job, having a chronic cough and being overweight can bring on a prolapsed earlier. The operation tightens the support to the rectum and gets rid of the bulge in the vagina. You will be under general anesthetic and will be required to stay at least an extra two nights at the hospital for post-operative care and monitoring.
You should wear sanitary napkin as dressing for approximately six weeks following your surgery and you should not use tampons during this period. Recovery time varies for different people but you can expect to return to work after six to 12 weeks although you should refrain from heavy lifting and straining. And until there is any discomfort and bleeding in your vaginal area, sexual activity should be avoided.
Uterine retroversion, also known as tilted or tipped or retroverted uterus, can cause severe pain during menstruation and painful intercourse (dyspareunia). A uterine suspension is done to reposition the uterus from its backward facing position to forward facing position and relieve discomforts associated with the condition.
This technique is also now increasingly used as an alternative to hysterectomy (the surgical removal of the uterus) for women with poor uterine support or prolapse. And although still a subject of debate, uterine suspension is sometimes used to increase fertility.
Depending on your anatomy and your surgeon’s recommendation, there can be different approaches of undergoing a uterine suspension. The surgery is done under general anesthetic and you will be asked to stay at least an extra night at the hospital following your operation.
Also called a vaginal wall repair, an A/P repair is used to repair the sinking of the vaginal wall (prolapse) or the bulging that happens when the bladder or urethra sink into the vagina. This operation will relive you of a number of discomforts such as not being able to completely empty your bladder; a bladder that may feel full all the time; pressure in your vagina; and pain during sex.
The operation, which tightens the front wall of the vagina, is done under general anesthesia which means you will be asleep and free of pain for the duration of the surgery. You may feel moderate discomfort especially in your bladder for a few days after the procedure but these can be managed by medication prescribed by your surgeon.
We’ll Help With Vaginal Surgery
Vaginal Surgery in Thailand – and most other procedures – can cost up to 70% less than what they cost in places like America, Australia, England, Sweden, Denmark and elsewhere. At the same time, the quality of medical care you’ll get is on par with the the safe, modern care you would expect in the West – and in some cases it’s better here. On top of that, you get our help for FREE.
- We’ll provide FREE answers to all your questions
- We’ll set up a FREE, at-home consultation with one of our partner surgeons
- We’ll coordinate with the hospital, handle all your surgical booking and take care of paperwork
- We’ll NEVER charge you a “Booking Fee”
- We’ll advise on travel, transfer and accommodations
- We’ll be here to answer questions, we’ll be here to help out while you’re here and we’ll be here if you have questions or concerns after you return home
If you decide that Gynecological Surgery in Thailand is for you, then we’re here to help coordinate with everyone concerned to make this entire experience not only a success in terms of your personal results and your happiness with your new body, but also a memorable and positive trip on its own. We’re here to take the mystery out of coming to Thailand for plastic surgery, so let us help you with exactly that!
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