Labiaplasty and Clitoral Hood Reduction Surgery after Difficult Childbirth

Procedure Details

This Sonoma County patient was in her 30s and found the excess tissue in her labia and clitoral hood uncomfortable. During childbirth, she had a prolonged labor and pushed for many hours putting stress in the vaginal area. The labia became elongated and she found the labia to be uncomfrotable even while walking at a normal pace. She also disliked the appearance of her genital area. She desired improvement with a labia reduction. After reviewing the anatomy of the labia in our Santa Rosa office and narrowing the specific areas of concern, we planned a labiaplasty and also a reduction of the clitoral hood. She chose to have the labia surgery under local anesthesia with oral sedation. She did very well during the procedure and her postoperative course was uncomplicated. She is shown about 2 months after labiaplasty and clitoral hood reduction in our Santa Rosa office.


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