Everything changes with age and time. Likewise the body changes, and unfortunately with age the body typically sags and parts that were previously firm or tight tend to droop and loosen. But while these changes are inevitable, they may also be curable. We talk a great deal about how a woman’s body changes after life’s many stresses: aging, pregnancy, breast feeding, weight gain & weight loss, and sun damage. But just as the tummy acquires stretch marks, and the breasts lose their youthful fullness, so change other parts of the anatomy. I started sexualaesthetics.com website to specifically address some of these issues. The idea of rejuvenating private parts is fairly new on the cosmetic landscape. When we use the term vaginal rejuvenation, for example, what procedure are we referring to? Specifically vaginal rejuvenation is defined as repair or tightening of the vaginal canal. Before diving into the surgical details let’s discuss why the vaginal canal might need to be tightened or rejuvenated. As I stated above, all things, all body parts sag, droop, and loosen with age and time.
The stresses of pregnancy and childbirth combined with loss of elasticity in the tissues leads to an inevitable loosening of the vaginal canal. While this loosening isn’t very visible externally, both men and women tend to notice these changes in the vaginal canal during sexual intercourse. Many people find this a difficult & embarrassing subject to discuss but the only way to fix the issue is to understand the problem. When a woman or her partner notices less stimulation and changes in the elasticity of the vaginal wall it is a great chance for both partners to communicate openly. These changes aren’t her fault. As I said above, they are simply the result of age, time, and stresses such as child birth or weight loss/weight gain. These changes affect everyone but they can be improved and often completely fixed. Vaginal rejuvenation is accomplished by removing redundant or loose tissue from the vaginal wall and then tightening both the surrounding muscles and the vaginal wall to form a tighter, more narrow canal. Both partners in the relationship will enjoy improved sexual satisfaction after vaginal rejuvenation. Recovery from this procedure is fairly painless and other than abstaining from sexual intercourse for 4-6 weeks, the patient may resume all normal activities & return to work a few days after surgery.
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