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Vaginal Rejuvenation: Getting Polly a Face Lift

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Vaginoplasty and Labiaplasty gives a whole new meaning to vanity. Just because you cannot see it, does not mean it’s not sagging, isn’t in need of appearance enhancing care, or that everyone involved with that area of your body is happy with the results of the child-bearing years.

At any time, if you are unhappy with some portion of your body, there is the option and likely the skilled surgeon to alter what is found to be offensive, aged and wrinkled, or just out of place due to years of wear and tear on the body. Personally, unless my eyelids are sagging so low that I can now lick the bowl of soup clean and moisten my eyelashes in one tongue swipe there is no plastic surgery that I would desire; however, vanity and I are strange, if not odd bed fellows. Vanity aside; ancient man could not predict how the modern female would have to appear in order to gain acceptance, emotional balance, or employment, and there are some physical problems that might occur due to a lack of tissue strength over a period of years. One such problem is vaginal vaultprolaspe.

Vaginal Vaultprolapse occurs when the vaginal opening has become too large, absorbing tissue between the vagina and anal openings, and inspection of the vagina reveals that the vaginal tissue can be observed near the opening of the vagina. With straining this tissue can descend. A more in-depth description and analysis can be found on the Women’s Surgery Group.Com site. However, this is just one of many medical reasons that a woman might seek to have a little nip and tuck on the unseen portions of her body.

The emotional side of this issue is a clear one; a woman will not feel sexy or sexually attractive if she has reservations, dislikes, or problems with sexually fulfilling encounters due to what she deems an unattractive portion of her body. The words “you go girl” should be applied to anyone that seeks surgery to enhance or to alter their bodies (within reason) to make them feel better about themselves.

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May 12, 2010 - 5:20pm
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