Guide To Couples Pussy Pumping!

Female Pumping

I am a pussy pumper. I am proud to be a pussy pumper, and today I write to you to bring you the low down of pussy pumping.

Consider this, pussy pumping 101.

I was once like you, sitting on the other side of the screen reading people write about their experiences with pussy pumping and wondering if it was the thing for me. I asked myself several questions such as;

Will pussy pumping hurt, or will it cause damage?

Will my vagina look like vaginas in porn movies?

Will the vaginal swelling go down?

Will my sexual partner find it weird that I want to pump my pussy?

I had all of these questions in my head, and more. After having used them, after considering myself experienced with them, I think that they are delightfully humble little toys that can bring a whole new meaning to your sex life, your joy of sex, and the pleasures of sex.

Times have changed, my partner and I are incredibly happy and I am very happy to say that we now enjoy the use of a pussy pump together. It’s a unique experience for both of us, as it doesn’t directly provide sexual pleasure, but it can result in sexual pleasure. Over my time as reading pussy pumping forums and the like I’ve seen a hell of a lot of questions being asked about vaginal pumping on the internet. These questions are both from men and women, who might be interested in using vaginal pumps on themselves, or with their partner but are a little unsure of how to begin or what to do. So here it is, my comprehensive guide to vaginal pumping that can be read by anyone, but is primarily aimed at men, so that you can take the fast road into the enjoyment of a pump and avoid all the mistakes that I made.

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Pussy pumps

So Firstly, Why Would Anyone Want To Use A Pussy Pump?

Yes, they look a little crazy and contrary to popular belief their not designed to suck the semen out of you after sex, nor will they cause your insides to fall out. The two main benefits of the pussy pump are the look and the feel of the pump itself. There are many men out there, and women, who are specifically attracted to pumped up pussies. A quick look through Tumblr will reveal page, after page, after page of pumped up pussies with swollen vulva’s. Others might enjoy the sensations that pussy pumping provides. I for one specifically enjoy the increased sensations, and my partner just loves the look. I couldn’t care less for the appearance, my vagina is my vagina and there’s not much I can do about that, but it makes my partner happy and since I also get something out of it, I’m more than happy to oblige him. Still there are others out there looking for a tighter vaginal feel, and there are other folks in the world who get a kick of the medical look of the device and love incorporating it into their BDSM and role play scenes.

Dr Laura Berman demonstrates a vibrating clitoral pump. A clitoral pump accelerates blood flow and increases vaginal sensitivity and sensations. The pump is designed to promote blood flow and assist women who might have delayed orgasms, or take a little longer to achieve climax than others.

I’ve been there. I’ve tried them. And one thing that I learnt was to measure up. There’s no one size fits all pussy pump out there, believe it or not! It makes sense right? Firstly, everyone is different and secondly if you don’t measure up all you’re going to receive is pain and disappointment. You need to be measuring yourself from just above the clitoral shaft, and right down to the base of the perineum. From there you can also measure from one side of your bikini line to the other. Unlike penis pumps which have virtually every size and width available, vaginal pumps are a little more limited, and whilst it’s going to be very difficult to find a perfect fit, you’ll need to just get the closest size one, grip on tight and hope for the best.

When the suction cup is too large the cup might include the anal region. Resulting in the fact that every time you suck, it’ll be sucking at a particularly sensitive area, and pulling the skin around your anus. Not very comfortable, and doesn’t at all feel good. Cups that are too large can be quite painful as a result of this.

Conversely, when the cups are too small, there will not be enough suction provided to the area that you need it to, resulting in a disappointing level of suction. After my experience with the large cup I had mistakenly thought that my vagina was on the petite size of the scale and bought a cup marketed at the petite. I could never get the level of suction I wanted resulting in some very disappointing sessions.

The use of a pussy pump is covered elsewhere in this site, so I don’t want to rehash that too aggressively. What I will stress the importance of is the use of lubricant and shaving the bikini line to ensure the perfect seal.

This is probably the trickiest bit of the entire session, trying to get the right seal to begin your pumping session. Lube it up and begin. Having a partner might help in this regard because they can more easily check the placement and make the adjustments necessary in order to get that seal. For this the best position to be in will be to be laying on your back with your legs spread outward. From here, have the resting on the pubic mound making sure that the bottom of the pussy pump cup has covered your vaginal entrance, and is resting on the perineum and not too far down.

From here, you’ll need to add a teeny tiny bit of pressure. Push gently onto the cup and push it into the skin. This will help enormously in the development of a seal and ensuring that there is an airtight connection. Just remember to be gentle with this. Once you have applied a small amount of pressure, squeeze the bulb and gently release it to form the seal. If you’ve done everything correctly you will see the labia and the clitoris being sucked into the pump. If you haven’t, then a seal won’t be formed and you’ll need to reposition the cup into the correct place and repeat the above process until a seal has been formed.

If you’re using the pussy pump on your partner, ensure that you’re communicating, especially if you have any doubts. If you’re a little unsure. Hand her the cup and the bulb and let her guide it. She will know her body, and she can feel what’s going on more closely than you. If you’re a little worried about hurting her, or unsure of how much pressure she can talk, walk through it together. If she’s a little nervous, try upping her arousal with a small clitoral vibrator, an external massage, or some oral sex.

What is suction play? This video goes through the variety of suction play, why it is important for BDSM kink play, as well as all the fun things you can do with suction play. This video explores clitoral and nipple suction play as well as how to ensure the utmost of safety during these types of play.

It is important to note that the effects of the suction are felt most during the release of the bulb, and not necessarily during the squeeze. It is important to remember this as you don’t want to cause your partner any pain during the exercise, and nor do you want to lose any suction. When my partner and I first started playing with suction play and a vaginal pump, he would squeeze the bulb slowly to increase the suction, and then release it fast. This is not what you want to do at all. I know that it seems more logical to do it like that. What happens though is that through releasing the bulb quickly, it causes the air to be sucked out of the cup very quickly, and that can cause the vulva to be sucked back quickly into the cup. If one is already at their limit that sensation can be a little too painful and intense. The problem with squeezing the bulb too slowly, means that there’s the potential to quickly lose suction as well, so the golden rule that seemingly applies to this situation is to squeeze fast and release it slowly.

The entire session will need to done slowly and not rushed. Sucking with a toy is a lot more intense than through cunnilingus and other such foreplay activities. The cup has a much larger surface area, and there can be a higher level of suction that can be achieved with one’s mouth, meaning that the seal on the cup is much stronger. If I need to spell it out to you, I will – mouths have nice soft plump edges whereas pussy pumps do not. Pussy pumps will have a silicone or rubber edge which is rigid.

If you’re watching porn during this kind of sexual stimulation do not let the porn guide you. When I am using a pussy pump it can take up to 30 minutes plus before I achieve that plump look that my partner likes. I don’t know what they’re doing on some of the fetish porn or whether that’s just me being wimpy, or what’s happening there. But if I don’t take it slowly I end up in pain and it’s just not going to work for what I want it to do. I guess what I’m trying to say in some convoluted way, is to be patient, if what you’re after isn’t happening right away, then that’s perfectly okay. It might take some time, or it might require the use of a different pump, but don’t let disappointment ruin the buzz because as long as it fits, and you can get a decent seal and some solid suction – then something is definitely going to happen.

The first time that you use the pump, whether that’s alone or together, there’s going to be mistakes. It happens when you’re using new toys and especially toys that use suction, or are inflatable, or vibrate in a different way to normal. It takes a while to get accustomed to. It happens, you’re learning it’s a new sensation and you’re just learning how to apply that new sensation into your sexual activity. It’s important that there’s an open and honest communication here. If something hurts, or something is not feeling just quite right, then it needs to be adjusted and reapplied, or something else needs to be done. My partner and I had many giggles as we learnt how to use the pump, and from there we had to distinguish whether it was the pump that was causing the issue or our use of the pump. As such we’d use the same pump continuously over several different sessions to see if the pump was at fault, or whether it was us.

As you experiment with the pump, you’ll realise that it is primarily a game of stop and start. There can be massive differences between the intensity of one squeeze in comparison to the second squeeze. So take it one squeeze at a time, until she lets you know that she’s there, hold it at that point for either a few seconds or minutes depending on the ability to handle the sensation. Air will slowly release from the cup, even with the best of seals, so it’s important to keep the pump ‘topped up’. As with any seal, air can and eventually will leak into the cup. If she starts to feel the pressure of the cup dropping – then give the bulb a gentle quarter squeeze just to refresh it. You might need to do this every 20 seconds or so, depending on the body and the cup

By now, if you haven’t realized, the best way for a pussy pump to work is with a continued level measure of pressure and suction. To do this, you’re going to need a pump that works properly. If you’re finding that the pump you’re using or have previously purchased, just isn’t doing what you want, and you’ve ensured that it’s not through user error, then head to your local adult lifestyle store and get some further advice. In saying this about your pump, it is advised that you release the suction every now and then during the session – the sensation of this can feel absolutely amazing though it really depends on her personal preferences and her ability to handle sensation. This will also prolong the session – if you pump her up, keep her at her limit for a while, and then release the suction, either a little bit, or completely. This will also help with blood flow, sensitivity issues and a variety of other sexual dysfunctions as well. Penis pumps work in a similar way, the vacuum will help with erectile dysfunction for mature men, as well as a variety of other sexual dysfunctions. With vacuum pressure being applied across both genders, and having proven success, you can rest assured that your vaginal and clitoral pumping will assist in some way. The breaks in suction will also give a break from the intense sensation of being sucked at. Taking the break will end the session, nor will it impede on the swelling or the increased sensitivity. Keep repeating this process, and trying to push the body further a little each time.

The first few sucks of the pump are going to feel absolutely amazing. She’ll feel the suction on her labia and her clitoris and it’s going to drive her insane. Her clit will harden, and she will feel some swelling from the rush of blood to the region. There’ll be a nice tingly sensation as the nerves are activated and this is the perfect place that you want to be for people that are having difficulty in achieving orgasmic pleasure.

Notice how I said the first few sucks. The more you pump, the more intense the sensation and feelings can get. If you’re specifically looking for the swollen look, then you will need to be pushing the body to its limits on the pleasure and pain sensation scale. It’s a mix, on the one hand the suction on your genitals are going to feel absolutely amazing, but on the other hand the sensation can feel a little uncomfortable due to the ferocity of the sensation. It can feel a little uncomfortable due to the edges of the cup which can dig in as the pressure increases, it’s certainly not a horrible pain but it can be distracting. Just remember to take it slow, increase the pressure slowly and overtime, and you should come out alright.

There’s also a bit of mental stimulation in this as well, at least that is what I found. The knowing that you will get more sensitive, that the feelings will drive you over the edge. Then there’s the thought that your partner is holding the cup, the taboo and naughty nature of the activity, and of course the pleasure of watching each other’s eyes light up as both of you enjoy the situation at hand.

A short instructional video on how to use a pussy pump from a person who loves to pump her own pussy. Simple, straightforward and to the point.

This is a Pussy Pump FAQ, and it needs to be stated that the swelling is only temporary. In fact once you stop pumping the swelling will subside and go down pretty quickly. The majority of the effects will last up to an hour or so, and everything will have returned to normal by the next day.

Keep in mind that I am not a doctor, nor do I have any qualifications in the medical profession. However, I will point out that most doctors that would comment on pussy pumping, might never have tried it themselves, or they might have seen cases of extreme pumping. Any sexual activity has risks, especially when user manuals are not adhered to or the toy is misused, or used incorrectly. I personally have never experienced any harm, or damage from the use of a pussy pump. But there is always a possibility with any sexual aide that you use. Take it slow and listen to your partner.

Plastic Surgery For The Vagina!

Pussy Face Lift

Vaginoplasty surgery is another common type of surgery that is for both the vaginal canal and the tissues surrounding the vaginal canal. This procedure involves the strengthening of the muscles and tissues while removing any excess and damaged lining from the vaginal canal.  It is also a common thread with the rising trend of designer vagina’s.

 

 

 

There are two ways that this treatment can be undertaken – it might be undertaken as either a medically required reconstructive surgery, or as an elective and cosmetic surgery. The reconstructive version is generally judged to be a medical necessity and is used as a result when the vaginal canal or its associated structures have been damaged or are absent. This results from one of two scenarios; firstly a birth defect or congenital cause such as vaginal atresia, or as a result of an acquired circumstance such as illness from cancer or a physical trauma as a result of an accident or injury. If the vaginal surgery has been performed to specifically reconstruct, or to construct the vulva and vaginal system, then it is referred to as neo vaginoplasty surgery.

If a surgery has been performed for the purpose to specifically reshape and tighten the muscles and lining of the vaginal canal either for the purpose of a younger appearance, or to correct any implications resulting from birth – then it is coined as a vaginal reconstruction and is considered to be a cosmetic reconstruction and as a result is an elective surgical procedure.

To put it simply, the above surgery can be referred to as a face lift for the vagina, and unless there have been severe complications which has resulted in damage being given to the vaginal canal through a trauma or difficult pregnancy, it is considered to be cosmetic and is usually referred to as a vaginal rejuvenation, especially when combined with the procedure Labiaplasty.

Previously, procedures and surgery that involved the vagina were developed to treat and repair vaginal birth defects. These conditions included:

  • Müllerrian agenesis or aplasia
  • Vaginal agenesis
  • Congenital adrenal hyperplasia

 

 

This woman goes through her story of having vaginal agenesis, which is a condition developed before birth. It is a cause of many issues which include a small uterus, or more commonly the complete absence of a uterus. It’s a comforting story designed to give freedom and hope to women with similar health issues.

These conditions were important to repair and correct so that young women would be able to grow up and have the ability to urinate normally, have a menstrual cycle and could be given the opportunity to engage and enjoy sexual activity and intercourse as an adult. These types of surgeries, which are used to correct dysfunction have always been looked upon favorably by gynecologists and doctors because these surgeries and the outcomes of these surgeries have been extensively studied and their effectiveness evaluated on both in terms of success as well as the safety for the patients.

There are several medical and congenital conditions which may require medical intervention to correct. Such surgery will help enable an individual to enjoy an active and enjoyable sex life. Individuals might have been born with such condition, or they might have been subjected to an accident or trauma which has resulted in such an outcome. Such surgeries are always recognised and approved by gynaecologists and doctors and will almost always be partially or fully paid by health insurance.

 

Agenesis:-

is a condition which occurs when the vagina or a women stops developing before it has been completed. This is caused as a result of the failure of the vaginal plate to form a canal. It is a congenital disorder which will affect one in every 6,000 women and will require neovaginoplasty surgery in order to correct it.

 

Vaginal Aplasia:-

is a condition where there has been an incomplete development, or even the complete absence of, the vagina and/or uterus of a female. Also described as a congenital disorder, neovaginoplasty is the solution for this issue.

 

Müllerrian Agenesis:-

is also a congenital disorder. This is a disorder which sees the Müllerrian duct fail to develop properly. As a result, no uterus will develop and there will be various malformations throughout the entire vaginal region.

Within the last decade or so, vaginoplasty surgery has evolved into a specific set of cosmetic procedures that both plastic surgeons and cosmetic gynaecologists have been marketing as the rise of the designer vagina. It makes sense in a way, we’ve spent the better part of the past decade breaking the taboo of the vibrator industry so now you can put luxury and designer vibrators into your designer vagina! These procedures are designed to tighten up a vaginal canal that has experienced age, or from the effects of childbirth and sometimes both. It is usually combined with labiaplasty surgery to create an all-round face lift.

Vaginal tightening surgery has no real functional purpose. Some surgeons and gynocologists who perform and recommend the surgery make the claim that it can improve sexual sensitivity and satisfaction. However, the primary aim of the surgery is to fundamentally change the aesthetics and appearance of the normal anatomy to create a look and feel that makes you feel better and happier about your own body.

Doctors are proclaiming the same benefits from these procedures that other cosmetic surgeries offer to provide, being:

  • Confidence
  • Self-esteem
  • Comfort
  • Getting more pleasure from life.
  • Building intimacy between partners

Plastic surgeons, doctors and gynaecologists who offer and recommend these procedures will often market them as “vaginal rejuvenation” surgeries. These surgeries have been designed to tighten muscles that are considered loose, and which have resulted in the ability to feel less friction and ultimately satisfaction during sexual activity and intercourse. The surgery might also be used to correct feelings of vaginal sagging and heaviness that will often lead women to feeling uncomfortable and potentially developing incontinence.

There are many women who undergo these surgeries in order to enhance their genitalia’s appearanceas well as to rekindle their own sexuality and femineity and improve their physical and mental health and well-being. Having a child can be difficult especially after the tremendous stretching that occurs during a natural childbirth. A woman’s vagina and sexual organs will not seem as tight again as it was before a small human being has pushed their little heads and bodies through it. However, there can be complications. Some women experience more than just vaginal loosening, indeed they might suffer vaginal prolapse and require treatment to correct the problem.

 

 

 

Ageing could also be responsible for causing sagging and muscle laxity, reducing one’s ability to feel as much sensation as before during intercourse. This can result in an increasing level of reduced sexual satisfaction and can be a valid reason for vaginal tightening surgery. When lovers are not experiencing enough friction throughout sexual intercourse it can cause issues between and within partners.

 

Vaginal Rejuvenation Surgery Can Increase Tightness And Thereby Increase Friction.

One of the issues that people have with vaginal rejuvenation is the concept of what is normal. Normal is a very hard word to actually define, take a look at a variety of sexual practices and behaviours. Some people will enjoy missionary sex, other people require a variety of different tools and implements to help them with arousal, and some might even like to have their penis or vagina locked up behind a cage!

The thing is that women’s genitalia, like men’s, have an exceptionally wide range of naturally occurring aesthetics and appearances which are all considered to be anatomically correct. In that regard, there is no right or wrong appearance for an ideal labia and vagina.

Yet our society is often appearance and sex focused. Women and men are continually bombarded with images in popular culture and television, Facebook, twitter and a wide range of differing mediums. Everywhere you look, there are repeated idealised versions of beauty and what is considered to be the perfect woman. This is partly why Labiaplasty surgeries and vaginoplasty surgeries for cosmetic reasoning are on the rise. These surgeries are appealing to individuals who are obsessed with younger appearances and women who are asking surgeons and doctors to reshape their labia’s to make them more aesthetically pleasing. Sometimes this is driven from the mothers of young daughters, other timers because a young woman has developed a complex or is suffering from anxiety because their sexual partner refuses to slep with such ‘ugly’ genitalia, and other times driven by mental health disorders and body dysmorphia or from people suffering from anxiety in regards to their appearance.

For women who are experiencing a reduction in sexual pleasure as a result of vaginal muscles losing their tightness – they have reported great results and success from such activities such as vaginal pumping and vaginoplasty surgery. After such activities they have resumed sexual relations upon recovery and have reported greater sexual pleasure than before. But it’s not necessarily just about the physical effects as well, as you will be aware people are fickle creatures when it comes to sex and sexual performance, and mental blocks can prove to be a major factor with sexual performance. A woman who has been feeling insecure about her appearance and the aesthetics of her vagina might feel uplifted and relieved upon having surgery and therefore will be able to apply herself to the moment more.

Health insurance will not be able to cover cosmetic vaginal procedures. Nevertheless, it is better to choose a reputable surgeon with knowledge and experience and whom has a number of good references. Even if that surgeon costs a little more than others – it is important not to choose a surgeon solely based on their low cost. Quality of the surgical results and your inevitable satisfaction is far more important (and safer) than skimping on price.

There are some specific risks involved in these types of surgeries.

The Most Common Include:-

  • Post-surgical bleeding
  • Post-surgical infection
  • Post-surgical scarring
  • Ongoing pain
  • Smoking will generally increase infection risks and will impede healing: it is advised to stop smoking at least a month before surgery.

 

Other Risks Include:-

  • Temporary and/or permanent changes in genital sensations (in poorly done surgeries there can be decreased clitoral and vaginal sensations)
  • Dyspareunia (painful vaginal contractions and intercourse)
  • Tissue adhesions
  • Hypersensitivity in the clitoris – sounds fun but it really isn’t
  • Pudendal Neuralgia (chronic pain in the pelvis resulting from the entrapment of this nerve following pelvic surgery)

 

 

Story of a woman who has extreme hypersensitivity in the clitoris and suffers from over 50 orgasms every day. She tells her story of her treatment, he ability to navigate through a relationship and just how difficult her life was before this.

If a woman has learned and is understanding of the risks and has come to the conclusion of realistic expectations of the surgery then she is almost ready to have the surgery. The final thing that needs to be done is to have the surgeon vetted carefully, and once that has been done, then she is ready for the procedure.

Most genital cosmetic surgeons for women will offer a free consultationfor those that are considering surgery on their vagina. If the woman debates this decision ahead of time and then writes down all questions and concerns that she might have before going to the appointment then she will be in a much better place to cover all of these questions with her doctor, she will have all the information she needs to make an informed decision about whether or not this surgery is right for her.

 

 

When it concerns your sexuality and your genitals, then now is not the time to be shy about asking the hard questions. Here are some sample questions to help you with starting your own list:

  • What are the medical and social benefits of this procedure?
  • Are there any potential short term complications and risks?
  • What are the long term risks?
  • Will I be experiencing any reduction of clitoral or vaginal sensation as a result of this surgery?
  • How will my ability to have and experience an orgasm be affected by this surgery?
  • Once I completely recover from the surgery, will there be restrictions on my use of tampons/other feminine hygiene products?
  • Will this surgery affect my ability to become pregnant or successfully carry a child to term?
  • Will this surgery have any affect my ability to deliver a baby?
  • How many vaginoplasty procedures have you done?
  • How long will the vaginoplasty procedure take?
  • Where will it be done?
  • Will I be awake or under anaesthetic during the procedure?
  • How long does the recovery period take?
  • How long will I be unable to work for?
  • Do you offer a payment plan?

Right, so you have now chosen your surgeon and scheduled your vaginoplasty surgery. At least a month before your procedure, you need to stop smoking (if you smoke). Smoking will reduce your levels of oxygenation and it can contribute to blood loss as well as slowing down healing.

Your surgeon will provide your unique and tailored pre-operative instructions for you. It is extremely important to follow all of them to ensure the best level of success for your surgery. A little known fact is that the surgery must be timed to take place at the end of your menstrual cycle. Unfortunately, it cannot be done while you are under the effects of having your period. The reason for this is fairly simple, if it is timed to take place right after the end of your cycle, the surgical wounds and incisions will be healed before your next period begins. This will prevent any irritation by the blood flow.

Before your surgery you will be given a physical, you will also have some blood work done and you will be briefed in regards to the procedure, the risks, and the post-operative period. You’ll also need to prepare for your recovery period following your surgery so that you can have as smooth as an experience as possible. If you are living alone, you will need to arrange for a friend or family member to pick you up, and drive you home from the surgery. You’ll also need

Get organized for your recovery period before your surgery for a smooth return home and a more comfortable recovery period. If you live alone, arrange now for a friend or family member to drive you home the day of the surgery.

 

 

You will need at least a week’s worth of food in the house following your surgery. Maximum rest time will be administered to you to ensure a smooth and speedy recovery. Ensure that the house is clean and all major chores have been completed. This includes cleaning the house, ensuring that the laundry has been done, clean sheets have been applied to the bed so that you can immediately get some rest.

Set up your rest station (couch or bed) with important items such as books, magazines, tissues, water, phone chargers etc. Well rested patients will be able to recover from their surgery at a much faster rate

It would be best to wear loose and comfortable clothes to the to the surgery for your procedure. Someone will also need to accompany you to drive you home afterwards, or have an arrangement where they can pick you up. Unless there are unforeseen complications it is unlikely that you will be required to stay overnight. The procedures are fairly simple and quick, with most surgeries being completed within a couple of hours.

Depending on you and your surgeon your surgery will be performed under conscious sedation or general anesthetic. Conscious sedation is a term that is used when a short acting medication is applied. Usually this is diprivan which is also known as propofol. Diprivan is a drug which will keep you asleep but will let you awaken from the procedure as soon as it has been stopped given to you. You should advise your doctor regarding diprivan if you are allergic to eggs or egg products, soybeans or soy produce.

 

Controversy Surrounding Vaginal Plastic Surgery:-

There’s a lot of controversy around vaginal plastic surgery and there is certainly a healthy level of scepticism regarding the benefits of the surgery. The reason for this is pretty simple – there is a lack of any scientific studies and data which report on the effectiveness of these procedures. Some of the procedures have not been evaluated for inclusion within peer reviewed medical journals and some organisations such as the American College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists are accepted as normal and routine surgical procedures.

For these reasons, ACOG considers them to be largely unproven, some of these medical procedures will offer surgical procedures that have been modified from vaginal surgery where standard medical nomenclature isn’t used. The primary concern of the board is that any individual considering any of these procedures needs to be informed about the absence of scientific data concerning these surgeries before making their decision.

 

 

There is also concern emanating from women’s groups who are highly concerned that young women, and women in their late teens, are succumbing to societal pressure in having Labiaplasty surgery so as to conform with ‘accepted’ looks and values. This social pressure results in them cosmetically altering their appearance to suit popular aesthetics as opposed to receiving proper sexual education and given the understanding that all women are different and that there is no accepted normal value for vaginal aesthetics. Boys are a little different in this regard, with their genitals on the outside, and with public toilets, change rooms, locker rooms and what not boys will have often have a greater chance than women to observe their peers and to get an understanding of appearances from their peers.

There are many therapists, counsellors and family GP’s whom are highly concerned that young women and late teenagers are being pressured by a hard sell by the commercialised plastic surgery community which plays on peoples anxieties and into becoming unhappy and discontent with themselves when they do not need to be.

Vaginal plastic surgery was once considered to be the domain of individualswith whom had specific medical needs that warranted vaginal construction and reconstruction. Now the surgical procedure had been modified and made ideal for the modern and confident woman who knows her own body with all its needs and wants, and has the plans to correct unwanted issues that age and child bearing have brought about in her feminine parts.

This procedure can correct a loss of sensation and stimulation during sexual intercourse. It can also help with a penetrative partner slipping out of the vagina during intercourse, as well as alleviating any ‘loose’ sensation, and the inability to keep a tampon in place during the day. There’s a difference between needing this type of surgery and wanting this type of surgery, a woman will want the surgery as it can help improve her quality of life and that she understands and accepts the risks involved in order to achieve this. It should be noted however, that vagina surgeries and procedures for the rejuvenation of the vagina are not intended as a blanket cure all to fix sexual dysfunction.

Sex will not be instantly fixed overnight. It doesn’t instantly transform your sexual experiences into something that’s amazing and perfect. The procedures can help with the improvement of your sex life, your quality of life, and the satisfaction that you get with the appearance of your new and intimate parts.