Vaginal Cosmetic Surgery On The Increase

Written by Monkey Woods

Tuesday, 23 September 2008

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Designer cosmetic surgery has come a long way since facelifts started it all way back in the fashion-conscious 1970s, but today's women have more on their minds than what their faces look like - they want their vaginas looking their best as well!

A leading urogynaecologist has said that vagina surgery has now become so popular, that special mobile clinics are operating in some areas of Hollywood. Elsewhere, figures are up more than 300% on operations carried out just two years ago.

Making the vagina more attractive, reductive labioplasty, and reshaping the snatch to counter laxity after childbirth, are the three main reasons for having vaginal surgery.

Hymenoplasty (restoring 'virginity') is also popular, but doctors are now becoming worried about safety procedures being used by 'surgeons', some of whom, it is suspected, are not even remotely qualified to carry out the procedures.

Professor Dylan Dawkins, a leading Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, said:

"It's not nice having a flabby fanny, but there are inherent dangers associated with 'tampering with the boathouse'. Any such procedure should be approached with extreme care, and should only be performed by a qualified surgeon or a friend with a sharp knife."

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