Labiaplasty in Birmingham
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Childbirth, weight loss, ageing, or genetics can result in labia which are enlarged, stretched, asymmetrical or darkened. This may cause discomfort during exercise or sexual intercourse, or whilst wearing certain types of clothing like leggings or tight trousers. It can also cause a lack of self esteem, meaning it is often a source of embarrassment. Labiaplasty is a surgical procedure that reduces the size of the labia so could address the emotional or physical discomfort you may feel because of your labia.
Choose Medbelle for Your Labiaplasty in Birmingham
With any kind of cosmetic surgery, you should only choose a surgeon who is professionally accredited in the UK. Here at Medbelle, all of our surgeons are BAAPS/BAPRAS accredited.
All of our patients receive the highest level of skill, expertise and care when it comes to their cosmetic surgery. This includes the first consultation when you are likely to have a lot of questions, to the surgery itself and the aftercare process.
At Medbelle we believe it is important that patients are informed about what to expect throughout their treatment. We provide our patients with an outstanding level of care they expect and deserve.
Medbelle Locations in Birmingham
If you are ready to begin your cosmetic surgery journey and are on the lookout for a friendly, professional, experienced team then you are in the right place with Medbelle.
We know that the traditional healthcare system can be disorganised not to mention overstretched. At Medbelle we believe in giving patients an outstanding level of care that we would wish to receive ourselves.
Medbelle currently offers labiaplasty at 3 locations in Birmingham. Whichever hospital you choose, you will receive the very best level of care provided to you in one of our world-class treatment facilities.
Featured Medbelle Locations in Birmingham
Dolan Park is home to the UK’s largest weight-loss facility. It also specialises in a number of cosmetic procedures, provided in an environment that looks more like a stately home than a hospital to add a touch of luxury to your stay. There are 32 en-suite bedrooms complete with Wi-Fi and Freeview TV.
BMI Priory makes comfort and care their top priority. Most treatments performed here are day procedures, with overnight stays including meals with your visitors also possible. The hospital is located in the Edgbaston area of Birmingham.
Queen Elizabeth is one of the largest teaching hospital trusts in England, treating more than 2.2 million patients a year. It is home to several specialist centres and is well served by public transport as well as road and rail.
Your Labiaplasty in Birmingham
The labia is an intimate area of the body which can go through some significant changes due to ageing, childbirth or weight loss. This can cause the labia minora to become enlarged, stretched or appear darkened. You may also have an enlarged labia due to genetic factors.
Aside from disliking the appearance of your labia, an enlarged labia can also cause pain and discomfort during exercise, sexual intercourse or even when trying to wear certain types of clothing. It is for that reason a labiaplasty is a common procedure with those who dislike the size or shape of their labia.
A labiaplasty is an operation which makes the labia minora smaller in size. It can also reduce asymmetry or remove any darkness which has appeared. It works by making a cut using either of the most commonly used incision techniques, to remove loose skin and create a smaller, neater labia minora area.
The operation is normally performed as a day procedure, meaning patients can usually go home on the same day. There are some aftercare steps which follow a labiaplasty, and it might take up to 6 months to fully see the results.
Birmingham Labiaplasty: Frequently Asked Questions
If you are considering undergoing a labiaplasty, it is likely you have some questions about what to expect. Here we will answer some of your top questions.
What does a normal labia look like?
How long will it take for me to recover following labiaplasty?
How long must I wait to have sex after labiaplasty?
Can I get labiaplasty on the NHS?