Vaginal Surgery a La Mode

November 12, 2012

Vaginal Surgery a La Mode

In the past vaginal surgery was only performed on females who had malformations, had been injured, or were born without a vagina at all.

Modern Day Vaginoplasty

Nowadays vaginal surgery is treated in much the same way as breast enhancement. Women want their genitals to be the same as they were in their youth and they don’t seem to worry about the risks. In fact many cosmetic vaginal surgery procedures are not accepted as routine by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.

Available Procedures

G-Spot amplification – This involves injecting collagen into the front wall of the vagina in order to increase pleasure from the G-spot. If you’ve ever seen sex in the city then you will know what it is!

Clitoral Hoodectomy – This removes excess tissue covering the clitoris, which may impede orgasm. The removal of the tissue leaves the clitoris more exposed and therefore enhances sexual stimulation.

Re-virgination – When a female loses her virginity the hymen, which is the thin tissue covering the vagina is broken and in some cultures where keeping your virginity until marriage is vital, this operation, to restore the hymen is carried out on women who have had sexual intercourse and need to hide the fact.

Labiaplasty – This is an operation to make the vaginal lips a different size or shape and is carried out on women who are unhappy with the shape of the vagina, or to regain muscle tightness, which over the years have stretched.


It is not know if these surgeries are satisfactory for women in the long term, as data has not been recorded, but there are risks and these include:

  • Scarring

  • Changes in sensation

  • Infections

Most people aren’t totally in agreement with vaginal surgery is mainly due to the fact that the only information they may have about vaginal procedures stems from the barbaric operations carried out on women in certain third world countries where the clitoral node is completely removed.

Anyone considering surgery should explore other methods of improvement first, such as kegel exercises and counselling. Surgery is also very expensive. You can expect to pay anything between 3,000 and 12,000 dollars.

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