The loss of elasticity of the vagina can also be corrected with non-surgical applications such as kegel exercises and laser.
“Gynecologist, Sex Therapist, Genital Aesthetic Specialist Op. Dr. Meltem Erkmen gave information about the subject.” Today, vaginal birth is less preferred in genital aesthetic concerns due to its negative consequences. This is actually a false belief. If the birth takes place in its natural course and on time, it can result without any tears and birth stitches. Although things go well during childbirth, the woman may feel unhappy due to the deformations that will occur after birth and may desire a look as before.
Uncontrolled tears can occur
It is not uncommon to encounter a surgical incision called episiotomy and then suturing it to facilitate the exit of the baby’s head at the last moment during vaginal delivery. In cases where this incision is not made in the vagina and perineum, uncontrolled tears may occur that require subsequent repair.
Trying to achieve an aesthetic image
In cases where these incisions are not repaired or repaired in accordance with the technique, in cases where there is poor healing, undesirable bad images may occur in this area, and the vagina may remain open. In these cases, it is possible to reconstruct the perineum and obtain an aesthetic appearance. The loss of elasticity of the vagina can also be corrected with non-surgical applications such as kegel exercises and laser. In the sixth month after vaginal delivery, if the problem persists in the sutures and the healing has not been successful, an operation can be corrected. Suture scars can be corrected by performing vaginoplasty and perineoplasty together.