Labia Reduction In Thailand

Labia Reduction, also known as Labiaplasty or labioplasty, is a surgical surgery that corrects labial asymmetry or hypertrophy and changes the appearance of the vulva.

The labia minora are placed between the labia majora and are triangular in shape. The inside side of the labia minora is coated in pink, glossy mucosa, while the outside is covered in dark skin.

The usual breadth of the labia minora ranges from 1.5 to 2 cm.

Labial minora hypertrophy may be congenital or acquired. Acquired hypertrophy is caused by male hormones testosterone, chronic inflammation, excessive masturbation, stretching during sexual intercourse, early onset sexual intercourse, multiple pregnancy, and other factors.

During surgery, bigger or unequal inner vaginal lips are cut and shortened with specialized scissors, scalpels, or lasers. Furthermore, the labia majora on the outside of the body can be decreased through surgery or liposuction if necessary. A hoodectomy, which exposes the clitoris in an attempt to promote sexual arousal, might be performed concurrently.

The optimal incision position is determined by a variety of criteria, including the labia’s structure, texture, and size. The surgeon will next stitch the incision closed using absorbable sutures.

Preparation for surgery.

During consultation, the medical history (any allergies, major medical conditions, and all prescribed and non-prescribed medications) will be reviewed, as well as a physical examination and laboratory tests.

Smoking must be avoided for 3-4 weeks before to surgery because nicotine interferes with circulation and has a significant impact on the healing process.

You will most likely be urged to quit consuming alcohol a week before surgery and during your recovery time.

To avoid complicating medical conditions before surgery, refrain from taking any medications such as hormones, anticoagulants, anabolic steroids, or supplements for at least 4-6 weeks. Avoid taking aspirin, anti-inflammatory medicines, and herbal supplements because they can cause bleeding.

Do not engage in sexual intercourse the night before surgery.

Duration of the operation:

Labiaplasty typically takes no more than two hours, and in some circumstances as little as one hour.

Post-operative Care

Clean the wound site with hydrogen peroxide and use antibiotic cream or ointment regularly. Your stitches should disintegrate within 2-2 ½ weeks. Swelling and soreness should subside after 6 weeks. Pain relief can be achieved with oral medicines. Oral antibiotics may be recommended to lower the likelihood of infection.

Recovery Period:

After surgery, you will be unable to have intercourse for around four weeks, and your genitals will be sore and swollen for many weeks. You will be asked to refrain from any heavy, vigorous exercise for three or more weeks following surgery. Tampons and douches cannot be used for 3 to 6 weeks after surgery. You will need to wear a pad for one week or less while recovering owing to the resulting bleeding. Within four days, most women return to routine activities, such as work.

Possible Risks and Complications

There are dangers associated with any surgical procedures. The most common complications include bleeding, infection, asymmetry, and scarring. These incidents are rare, although they do happen on occasion. These will be discussed with you during the consultation for your surgery.

Anesthesia use:

General or local anesthesia?

Hospital admission:

Labiaplasty can be performed as an outpatient procedure or in a hospital setting using local or general anesthesia. You and your surgeon will discuss your desires.