10 Doubtful Questions - Repair, Return Your Virginity
“Repair is not the solution to a marital problem. Before making a decision, you have to know the real cause of the problem, if not, it will not meet your expectations.”
Vaginal repair may have been recently heard about. Some want it and even some need it, but they are so hesitant, doubtful, and embarrassed that they do not dare to express their desire frankly. So we show you some FAQs to help you get to know the “Repair” better.
1. What is the Repair?
As a general rule, surgeons apply many precautions to avoid surgical complications. With this said, you must acknowledge that with any surgical procedure, there is always going to be a complication risk-factor. This factor is present even if your surgeon is among the most experienced and highly-trained physicians.
Many women are opposed to Cosmetic Gynecological Procedures, as these types of surgical procedures are fairly new, thus lack long-term research in terms of their efficacy and risk.
Making sure patients understand potential risks and complications is one of the key factors in executing successful surgical procedures.
“Labia majora plasty, labia minora plasty, hymenoplasty, and vaginal repair… refreshing your beloved area.”
Apart from the breasts, the vagina is an inevitably important part of the body to which women pay a particular attention with regards to its shape and healthy condition. At present, an emerging state-of-the-art laser technology is becoming more and more helpful. In this respect, Dr. Vitasna Ketglang, a specialist from Cosmetic Gynecology Center, Yanhee International Hospital, says,
“Recently, laser technology has been utilized for cosmetic vaginal surgery, an apparent advantage of which is that the wound depth can be controlled, and the damages of subjacent vessels and tissues can be lessened, therefore sooner recovery. The current trends for vaginal rejuvenation include the labia majoraplasty, labia minoraplasty, vaginal repair, and hymenoplasty.”
As a female, ignoring a certain beauty issue is never possible. Of course, it is widely accepted to pay special attention to becoming conscientiously good-looking from head to toe – clothing, face, hair style, and breast augmentation and nose lift , but still many wonder if it is a new trend in surgery or not.
Responding to such notion, Dr.Vitasna Ketglang, the over 12-year experienced and skilled specialist from Cosmetic Gynecology Center, Yanhee International Hospital, says that 3,000 out of 6,000 women have come in for labiaplasty.
Most of the cases have come with varied concerns such as asymmetry and excessive skin, darkened excessive skin, pain during sexual intercourse caused by too much skin, pain while wearing underwear caused by too much skin, bad smell caused by yeast infection, sensitivity to sanitary napkin and lack of confidence even irrespective of gorgeous appearance, and so on.
Satisfying sex is what all couples desire. Although some may say that sex is not the most important thing, it cannot be denied that it is the fulfillment for the married life.
Many may have heard about a new trend of American women to have injected filler around the area of G-SPOT to make it enlarged and curved to increase the feeling and friction during sexual intercourse.
Many may wonder if or not the filler for facial wrinkle or nose can be used with that area, the most sensitive area of a woman’s body. Besides, some may even not know what G-Spot is, if it will work, and, most importantly, if it is dangerous.
So we will clearly be informed by Dr.Vitasna Ketglang, the specialist from Aesthetic Gynecology Center, Yanhee General Hospital.
Many women fail to realize that surgical advice should only be taken from highly-trained, well-educated, skilled, and experienced doctors.
You should always do your background checks and thoroughly investigate a physician before placing your well-being in their hands. Look at their surgical performance and cases performed records; facts and figures speak louder than words.
In recent years, Cosmetic Vaginal Surgeries have grown in demand and popularity. Taking advanced of the booming numbers, many surgeons started performing these procedures overnight.
As with any surgery, there are always risks and complications involved. Cosmetic Vaginal Procedures are no different. You need to find a doctor who is willing and able to clearly explain and discuss these risks with you. They should also be able to directly answer any questions you may have.
The modern cosmetic-plastic field is perhaps the fastest growing division among general gynecology.
For many years, Professor Ostrzenski has been offering 38 CME credits teaching courses/ workshops and live operating room proctorships.
Local and international practitioners (gynecologists, urogynecologists, cosmetic-plastic surgeons, dermatologists, general surgeons) participate in the Advanced Cosmetic- Plastic Gynecologic Course/ Workshops. Nurses and Doctors' assistants are also participating in the program to aid and assist in the surgery, marketing and client care.
Professor Ostrzenski's accomplishments which include clinical studies, published scientific-clinical articles and training doctors have resulted in local and international recognition and respect for the field of Cosmetic - Plastic Gynecology.
We have had the privilege of attending the 6th Annual Congress on Aesthetic Vaginal Surgery (CAVS 2011) on November 6-7, 2011, in the beautiful Sonoran deserts of Tucson, Arizona. Dr. Suchai Tanthawichian, one of our full-time physicians in the Center and Ms. Manilou Espero Quinto, one of our staff nurse attended the meeting with me.
The meeting brought all like-minded physicians all over the world to share their ideas and unique procedures for the growth and development of the Aesthetic Vaginal Surgery. The speakers, renowned experts from all over the globe were brilliant and were eager to share their passion, experience and knowledge. The meeting had a friendly and academic atmosphere.
During the birthing process, vaginal integrity is affected by support structure, perineum muscle, and vaginal tears. Commonly, vaginal widening is caused by aging, vaginal wall stretching, perineal tears, and various intimate traumas.
These factors create a 'loose' or 'wide' feeling vagina and can lead to urinary incontinence, painful sexual intercourse, diminished self-esteem, and the loss of sexual gratification. Dr. Vitasna performs these minimally invasive procedures with the intent of restoring 'The Wide Vagina', enhancing sexual pleasure, and improving the self-esteem and well-being of women.
Dr. Adam Ostrzenski endorses 2 particular Vaginal Rejuvenation/Reconstruction procedures:
1) Site Specific Defect Reconstruction (SSDR):