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Is the labial reduction surgery appropriate to correct birth-affected labia?

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Answer for What is labial reduction surgery and for whom is it recommended? from Renew Skin Team
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Labial reduction surgery is an aesthetic procedure that reduces and gives a better appearance to the labial area. Genetics, natural birth, weight change and local infections represent most of the time the primary cause of the asymmetry and the excessive growth of the inner labia. The patients who choose to undergo this genital surgery feel pain during sexual intercourse or discomfort when doing exercises or when wearing tighter lingerie or yoga pants.

The purpose of the labiaplasty treatment surgery is to obtain a perfect symmetry and size of the two labia. The actual procedure is painless and consists in removing the unwanted tissue, using a scalpel and in most cases, it does not require hospitalization. The labial reduction minor surgery lasts between 30 and 60 minutes and it can be performed under general or local anesthesia.

At Renew Skin & Health Clinic, our specialized doctors will give you the most accurate and detailed information regarding the labial reduction surgery, explain what this surgery consists in and the potential risks and complications that a patient faces post-op. For excellent medical and cosmetic results, our expert doctors use the best medical equipment to meet your expectations. The labial reduction surgery is recommended to all women who either want to improve certain features of their genitalia from a cosmetic point of view or correct them from a medical perspective due to discomfort, pain and other potential conditions that may arise from these features, be it congenital or acquired. 

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