Increasing of the dimensions of the vagina can cause decreased sensitivity to the area and make intercourse less satisfying. With Dr. Salama’s world-class care and attention to detail, the vagina can be restored and your likelihood of pleasure will increase dramatically. Vaginoplasty can give you back your self-confidence and increase your self-image. If you have experienced negative effects due to one or several vaginal childbirths, or have simply lost muscle support over the years, this procedure is here to help you regain control of your vagina and your life.
Why Choose Vaginoplasty
With a sensitive topic like Vaginoplasty, you want to know that you are in the best hands possible. During your consultation with him, Dr. Salama will address any concerns you may have, as well as answer any questions that come up regarding your Vaginoplasty. He will also explore other vaginal procedure options with you such labiaplasty and vaginal rejuvenation.
Delicacy and discretion are highly valued attributes of Dr. Salama. As you learn more about Vaginoplasty and how it can restore your sexual gratification and muscle control, you will understand how important it is to select the right cosmetic surgeon for your procedure.
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Frequently asked questions
It is recommended that you wait until you are finished having children to get a vaginoplasty unless you plan on delivering via C-section in the future. Having a vaginal birth would reverse the effects of a vaginoplasty.
You need to wait at least 6 weeks to have sex after a vaginoplasty. It is important to give your body this time to heal especially since sex may be an issue related to your surgery.
Depending on the type of job you have, most patients can return to work after a week unless you’re required to do a lot of walking or physical activity. Then, you may need more time off work.
You will need to wear medium to heavy flow sanitary pads after vaginoplasty surgery for six weeks to 2 months. After which, you can transition to panty liners until blood/discharge ceases.
You should change your pad whenever you use the bathroom, the pad is full, or it has an odor.