How Can Vaginal Rejuvenation Change Your Life?

 

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Designer vaginas are trending thanks to vaginal rejuvenation. You don’t have to be a reality star or live in Beverly Hills to experience the pleasures of this life-changing and non-surgical technique. Fort Lauderdale’s Dr. Paul Wigoda can take care of that with a new service repackaging a woman’s land down under.

Your vajayjay. Your hooha. Your lady bits.

These are all words to describe one piece of anatomy most females have in common: the vagina.

While most are pretty private when talking about their “cookie,” we all share experiences (thanks to our vaginas) that help so many ladies define womanhood.

For example: Your first period. Losing your virginity. Birthing your first child (or your second…or your third…twins anyone?). Menopause.

But there are some shared experiences that are almost never discussed in the open: Bladder leakage. Kegels. Orgasms. Sex in general.

And that’s why all people with vaginas need to know about vaginal rejuvenation.

Vaginal rejuvenation is comprised of two different procedures, which can be performed separately or together. These procedures are Labiaplasty and Vaginoplasty.

The Lust of Labiaplasty

Labiaplasty is very much what it sounds like–a surgery performed on the Labia Minora, or what many may refer to as their inner lips. This procedure is mainly to alter the shape or size of your labia or clitoral lid (which is the tissue/skin that covers the clitoris). While many women might have this procedure to make their “lips” symmetrical, it can duelly help ease discomfort caused by large labia. The surgery can also help increase clitoral sensitivity, a perk when it comes to sexual health and pleasure.

Vaginoplasty Ventures

As opposed to Labiaplasty, Vaginoplasty is less a cosmetic surgery and more a procedure to help tone and strengthen your vaginal muscles. Life isn’t always rainbows and butterflies, and having children or going through the natural aging process (especially the dreaded menopause) can not only affect your vagina, but your self-esteem. Weakened vaginal muscles can lead to “leaky” bladders, less sensation during sex and overall less sensitivity in the vaginal region. Vaginoplasty helps tighten the muscles down below, helping many women feel more confident about the control they have over their bladder and sexual life. Vaginoplasty is performed a variety of ways, from the O-Shot (short for Orgasm Shot) to laser treatments to cutting and restitching the vagina.

Orgasmic O-Shot

Dr. Wigoda specializes in many things, including the O-Shot, a procedure where they take blood out of your arm and inject it into your vagina, using the platelets from your blood too, “trigger stem cells to increase blood flow and generate healthy tissue growth as well as helps improve the vascularization of the area,” according to Dr. Sharif Wakil in this Independent.Co article.

According to an interview with one of Dr. Wigoda’s own patients, the O-Shot can help with bladder leakage, sensitivity and blood flow in the vaginal area.

“It has absolutely increased orgasms in number, in intensity, it has also tightened my vaginal region, and it has improved any little bit of bladder problems that I had,” the patient said.

The procedure is pretty simple, you’re numbed, blood is taken from your arm and injected into your vagina.

“It is not painful at all,” the patient said.

After the procedure, results are instant.

“Instantly I had increased bladder tightness, increased vaginal tightness. Within a week I noticed the sensitivity with orgasms was really increasing,” she said.

Once you leave the office, you’re given a simple-to-use tool that looks like a vibrator but has an electric plate that causes you to do kegels, or pelvic floor muscle training exercises. This tool starts on a low setting and can increase as you feel more comfortable.

“They said the only side effect from using the intensity that women have had is increased orgasms, and that’s definitely the case,” the patient said about the tool.

This pain-free, pleasurable device is used once a day for 10 minutes over the course of 10 weeks to help increase the effects of the O-Shot.

“It’s definitely been one of the best things I did. I would recommend it and I would do it again,” the patient said about the O-Shot experience.

The Pros

Let’s be honest, who doesn’t love to orgasm? These procedures help you maintain great sexual health, and can help your mental and spiritual health as well. Sex is one amazing part of life, and if you’re not enjoying it solo or with your partner, you’re not taking care of the part of your body that’s so often forgotten about, to begin with.

Some of these techniques, like the O-Shot, are amazing non-invasive procedures with instant results. And those procedures that are invasive have pretty little downtime.

And let’s not forget that Vaginoplasty can help women with bladder issues regain control over their body.

Overall, these procedures encourage women to take care of all of their body and feel sexually empowered.

The Cons

Procedures like Labiaplasty are invasive, meaning your body is going to need more time to heal. Procedures like the O-Shot are non-invasive, but you still go through a procedure where your practitioner will draw blood and numb your pelvic area. With any procedure comes risk, which is why you should always consult with your doctor.

Not to mention that procedures like these get a bad rep. From reality TV stars like Kelly Dodd from the Real Housewives of Orange County getting a laser vaginal rejuvenation procedure done, to the overall stigma that we’re not supposed to talk about vaginas in public, you might turn some heads if you openly talk about your experience.

But take it from those who are already in the spotlight, “As you get older, in your forties and if you’ve had a baby, sometimes you get stressed, incontinence, and so if you jump rope or you cough, you might leak a little bit and that, I know it sounds gross, but a lot of women have it,” Dodd said.

Your Vagina, Your Decision

Overall, what you decide to do with your body is your choice and your choice alone. Although these procedures could definitely spice it up in the bedroom between you and your partner, what you do with your vagina is your decision. But how cool is it that these advancements exist? If you’re looking to increase your self-esteem, sensitivity, orgasms, bladder control, etc., I say go for it (or at least look into it). After all, a little bit of girl power never hurt anybody.

If you want to learn more about vaginal rejuvenation, contact Dr. Wigoda for a free consultation today.

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Vaginal Rejuvenation: Is It Time For A Touch Up Down There?

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Can you believe that According to the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, the number of patients undergoing labiaplasty, or surgery to trim the lips of the vagina, rose 49 percent from this year to last year. Which begs the question, when is it okay to consider vaginal rejuvenation? Is it time to tidy up your downstairs?

Board-certified South Florida plastic surgeon, Dr. Paul Wigoda, MD’s labiaplasty and vaginal rejuvenation plastic surgery procedures, are quickly becoming a popular subject of controversy among women and plastic surgeons. Women in today’s society are under constant pressure to conform and mold to societal expectations for how their bodies are suppose to look and respond. With this increased pressure as well as advances in medical technology, it’s no wonder procedures like these are becoming increasingly more popular.

5 Health Reasons for Rejuvenating The Vajayjay

While some argue procedures such as labiaplasty and vaginal tightening are simply plastic surgery procedures, plastic surgeons argue that they can also be used to treat a wide range of medical conditions such as sexual dysfunction and damage to the vaginal canal from pregnancy. Some other common health reasons for fixing up your vajingle (we are rapidly running out of names for vagina, hang in there) are:

  1. Bowel or urinary tract issues
  2. Trouble keeping in tampons
  3. Internal and external stretching causing pain
  4. Decreased sensation of friction
  5. Incontinence

Make sure you speak to your plastic surgeon if you have any of these issues, and see if labiaplasty or vaginoplasty can either lessen your pain or get rid of it altogether!  Surgeries such as this, according to Dr. Wigoda, are often “safe, effective, and relatively quick.”

Another important thing to remember if you have any of these issues is that they are not uncommon, and many women of all different shapes and sizes go through the exact same thing! There is no need to be embarrassed or ashamed girl, trust me, I’m more embarrassed writing this than you are reading it!

Is Purely Plastic Surgery Right or Wrong?

Now this is the area where the debate gets tricky, is vaginal rejuvenation for cosmetic purposes okay? Is it okay to glam up your kitty cat just because you want to look fabulous?  With society constantly injecting this idea of what is “normal” is it okay to get a plastic surgery procedure just to improve the aesthetics of your vagina? After all, breast augmentation such as Dr. Wigoda’s painless breast implants, can be a purely aesthetic surgery that is continuing to gain popularity among women today!

Dr. Wigoda and many other surgeons say “YES!” As long as it is your choice and you firmly believe vaginal rejuvenation or vaginal tightening can increase your happiness, confidence, or even sexual gratification, that is a completely valid option. Remember you are in control of your own self-image! Find a plastic surgeon that is dedicated to making you feel the most comfortable and confident version of yourself!

Plastic surgeons such as Dr. Wigoda encourage you to speak with an experienced plastic surgeon, read reviews, and ask questions to assure which plastic surgery procedure is the best fit for you.

If you or someone you know is considering any kind of vaginal rejuvenation plastic surgery procedure, contact Dr. Wigoda now for a FREE plastic surgery consultation!