Nowadays, more and more women and men do consider their outlook because of the times we live in. The more people think about themselves the more they start to think about the different aspects of their life such as sexual life. Naturally, this leads them to consider satisfaction in their partners. This factor definitely has an impact on every person’s life standard which makes them to search for suitable genital operations for them.
Three surgical procedures for three different problems
Labiaplasty; is a female procedure, for those who have a problem with large labia, asymmetric labia or related female genital issues. With Labiaplasty surgery it is possible for the reduction of large labia (labia minora and labia majora) to reduce their outward appearance and correct misshapenness or irregularities.
Vaginoplasty aka vaginal reconstruction or rejuvenation – is a surgical operation which aims to help women who gave a birth by means of a surgical treatment to tighten up the vagina and increase the sensitivity.
Penis enlargement surgery, also known as Phalloplasty is a male procedure. The most common methods of enlarging the penis are two different categories: involve lengthening and widening. These techniques can be performed either as separate operations or also possible together in a single surgery, or in a two-stage process of lengthening which is followed by a widening procedure six to 12 months later.
What to expect during your consultation?
The success and safety of your surgery procedure depends on your complete openness during your consultation with your doctor. During the consultation you’ll be asked some questions to answer which include your desires, health, and lifestyle.
Be prepared to discuss:
• Why you do want this procedure, what are your expectations and about desired outcome
• Your medical health conditions, like if you do have any drug allergies and about your previous medical treatments
• About the use of current medications, any vitamins, herbal supplements, alcohol, tobacco and drugs
• Any previous surgeries
Your doctor may also:
• Need to evaluate your general health situation and any pre-existing health problems
• Would like to inform you about options and recommend a course of treatment
• Discuss the options available to you for genital surgery
• Overview and measure your current situation
• Take photographs for your confidential staying medical record
• Inform you about possible outcomes of your surgery
• Inform you about the type of anesthesia that will be used at your surgery
What are the steps of the procedure?
Before your surgery:
• You might need to start using medications or modify your current medications
• You should stop smoking in advance of surgery for faster healing
• You may avoid taking aspirin, herbal supplements and anti-inflammatory drugs. They can increase bleeding or thin your blood
You receive instructions with information about:
• What to do on the night before your surgery and the morning of surgery
• Post-operative information and follow-up instructions
Day of surgery
Medications are applied for your personal comfort during your surgery procedure. Your doctor will recommend the best choice for you to have sedation or general anesthesia.
The surgery will produce a long-lasting result. The post-op treatment after your procedure is easy and involves cleansing several times per day and the application of antibiotic ointment for a week. Most of the swelling which may happen and all of the external stitches will disappear in near to two weeks. It is recommended that patients refrain from intercourse for at least 4 weeks after genital surgery.
You’ll need help
If your facelift is performed on an outpatient basis, be sure to arrange for someone to drive you to and from surgery and to stay with you – if necessary, for at least the first night following surgery.
What are the recovery steps?
After your procedure the recovery time is easy and involves cleansing several times per day and the application of antibiotic ointment for a week. Most of the swelling which may happen and all of the external stitches will disappear in near to two weeks. It is recommended that patients refrain from intercourse for at least 4 weeks after genital surgery.
You will receive from your doctor some post-operative information which includes: How to care for your genital surgery, medications to apply or take orally to aid healing and reduce the potential for infection, and when to schedule your next appointment with your doctor.
• General anesthesia: Drugs and/or gases used during an operation to relieve pain and alter consciousness.
• Intravenous sedation: Certain sedatives injected into a vein to help you calm.
• Local anesthesia: Local anesthetic is a medicine that generates absence of pain sensation in a specific part of the body.