Labiaplasty, is a surgical cosmetic procedure that removes excessive tissue from the inner or outer labia! For our detailed report on labiaplasty click here! Below we present a few testimonials that we received for Labiaplasty!
It’s 3 days now after my Labiaplasty operation and things have become a little weird. Putting swelling aside, which is pretty natural for the moment, yesterday I experienced a very bizzare feeling of queasiness, which got worse after an hour till I began throwing up. Wow, that was something unexpected and truly unpleasant! I called my doctor and he tried to reassure me claiming that this may have to do with the costiveness which has been harassing me since the day I had the operation. He also said that maybe the pain relievers are to blame for my clogged bowels. Well, I can’t say that I felt tottaly comforted by hearing his explanations, but there wasn’t something else to hold on to at that moment!
Fortunately, things started to pick up the next day. At first, nausea insisted – I was feeling so dizzy that things seemed to swirl around me at crazy speeds! Still, I managed to pull myself together (with a little help and support from my mum), but what matters most is that I was finally able to visit the restroom and to… succeed in emptying my intestines! That wasn’t at all straightforward, but luckily, after that, I eventually got rid of that sick feeling. Now I just have to deal with swelling and bleeding, which are not at all enjoyable, but I ‘ve been advised to use some ice in order to unburden that. Anyway, I’ll try to keep everyone here updated on how things are unfolding. I believe that everything will come along in the end!
I had never managed to get conciliated with my bizarrely shaped labia, so I went for Labiaplasty about 10 days ago. The procedure was not aggreable, and I was perfectly aware of that, as I had been warned by my doctor. Still, I had opted for the method which employs laser technique, and that’s why I had a hidden hope that I was not going to endure major pain. Anyway, local anesthesia did its job to a satisfactory extent and, although I felt serious discomfort, I managed to survive that. After all, the pain of the first needle did not last more than a minute; in addition, after a couple of attempts, the area down there became desensitized, so the pain eased off significantly from then on. Also, thanks to the laser, the discomfort had the form of a warm sensation (and not that of a knife), which was not however “soothing” as you may have heard by other testimonials or reviews. In the end, the doctor stiched up the area, which added to all that fret; that part of the procedure wasn’t technically painful, but it was definitely poky. At least, the whole operation didn’t take more than 45 mins to be completed. I then spended the night in the clinic and the other day I was able to return home, believing that I had escaped from the most grueling part of my Labiaplasty adventure.
Unfortunately, that was not meant to be the case, at least for the first few days post op. Pain reemerged, and although I’ve been trying to deal with that using painkillers, the end result just isn’t encouraging, as pain harps on plaguing me. During the day I have trouble carrying out my daily routine (obviously, I don’t work – imagine if I would have to take time off!) while at night it’s difficult to sleep properly because of the pain. Doctor says that things will pick up soon and I have no specific reason not to believe him. I just hope all this adventure worths the wait and the pain!
Operation day: After the operation there was no pain at all! I was allayed and elated by that when… it just proved too good to be true! Approximately 12 hours post op, discomfort and irritation came into surface, which was a really nasty surprise… Anyway, I just had to take some painkillers to deal with the situation, and they worked just fine. The only thing that worries me is that I’m expecting to be down with the red tide soon – and that’s gonna be irksome, I bet…
1 day post-op: My menstrual period has come but I feel no pain. I’ve been rinsing the area at intervals and I’ve also started cooling it off using ice packs because swelling and bruising have now appeared. I called my doctor to keep her updated and to get some more advice and she suggested I not worry as everything will sort itself out. I can perform my everyday activities without sensing pain and I am positive that this will continue until I’ll be able to reap the benefits of my Labiaplasty. Generally, so far, so good. Hopefully, I will have the chance to keep all of you updated should anyting happens!
If you can’t get used to your weirdly looking vagina, my suggestion is that you go forward to Labiaplasty. It’s a swift and generally trouble-free operation, and the results can really make amends for your temporary nuisance. The only thing you need to be extra cagey about is when fixing on your doctor. You really need to cast around for a skilled one to make sure everything goes according to plan!
I contemplated a lot before coming forward to that surgery but I finally gathered all my determination (plus a part of my savings!) and gave it a try. As for the procedure itself, it was performed by a very courteous doctor who kept me mellowed out for the entire procedure. That was crucial because I was just under local anesthesia, so I was pretty conscious all the time! Half an hour later (maybe a little more, but I can’t look back on every detail) we were through. The anesthetic hadn’t faded away yet, so I was feeling no pain at all. My husband drove me home and after spending the afternoon watching TV, I went to bed. But as you may have guessed, the situation couldn’t be easy as pie till the end! That night the pain was almost intolerable despite the painkillers I used, and it got worse everytime I had to take a pee. Over and above, I couldn’t sit or lie down properly and everytime I tried to move my legs, aching was there! Anyway, I managed to pull through the night using some more painkillers and some ice (which I had to replenish every 2-3 hours).
The other day, things got better with pain and swelling but still movement and walking kept inflaming the area, so I had to carry on using ice and limiting my motions. Now, it’s been a week after the operation, and swelling has started to slacken off, but it’s still present to a serious extent. I feel like days are passing so slowly and swelling will never vanish completely, but I’m sure that won’t be the case. What’s really encouraging is that, despite the swelling, my lips seem now undersized compared to what they used to be before the operation. Also, pain has receded to such a degree that there is virtually no need to take painkillers. All I have to do is keep using ice, cleaning the area with a special solution to ward off a possible infection and… wait to get hold of the full results! So, fingers crossed!
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