Have you/would you have labiaplasty?

Have you/would you have labiaplasty?

BuckeyeGal04 BuckeyeGal04
I'm most curious to hear from anyone who has had labiaplasty to know what the experience was like and if they are satisfied with the results.
Answers (private voting - your screen name will NOT appear in the results):
I have had labiaplasty.
1  (1%)
I wouldn't want to change my labia's appearance.
83  (78%)
Haven't had it, but I sure have considered it.
23  (21%)
Total votes: 107
Poll is closed
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Ghost Ghost
I've been told by physicians (female) before that I have an ugly vulva: too fat, too hairy, lopsided and with long labia (one longer than the other).

I have to assume they are simply trying to sell me a new one, but no thanks.
I'll keep my "ugly" vulva.
12/09/2011
hyacinthgirl hyacinthgirl
I really see no reason for it. Possibly trade off all sensitivity so it would look more like a porn stars? No thanks - all vulvas are weird and ugly-looking to me, and I think most people who like them are far more pleased by making their lover feel wonderful than just looking at how picture perfect it is.

Except for women who have some sort of genital malformation, I don't understand why a perfectly healthy vulva should be cut up.
12/09/2011
bayosgirl bayosgirl
Quote:
Originally posted by Ghost
I've been told by physicians (female) before that I have an ugly vulva: too fat, too hairy, lopsided and with long labia (one longer than the other).

I have to assume they are simply trying to sell me a new one, but no thanks.
I'll ...
Oh wow..My first reaction is, "I can't believe anyone-least of all a physician-would say such a thing" but, knowing what I know about the medical profession and particularly their attitudes towards women, I'm not surprised.

And to answer the poll, I LOVE my vagina just the way it is. I would never change it, unless my labia were causing discomfort, which fortunately they don't.
12/09/2011
Why Why
That's messed up - no! Nobody is gonna cut my downstairs up, I love it the way it is.
12/09/2011
Chirple Chirple
Wow. The most my doctor has said is that it looks healthy.

I can't imagine having labiaplasty. If someone's going to see them, it should be someone who's not an asshole and wouldn't care what they looked like, anyway.

And, me, personally ? It's weird, but actually taking a good look at them over a mirror helped me be more comfortable. Sure, they're kinda funny, but meh.

I mean, sure, pornstars have surgery to make theirs look more like an unrealistic ideal - they also bleach their buttholes. Not gonna do that, either.
12/09/2011
BuckeyeGal04 BuckeyeGal04
Quote:
Originally posted by Ghost
I've been told by physicians (female) before that I have an ugly vulva: too fat, too hairy, lopsided and with long labia (one longer than the other).

I have to assume they are simply trying to sell me a new one, but no thanks.
I'll ...
That's simply unbelievable! How horrible that a professional would be so rude and cruel! I'm so sorry you were subjected to that.
12/09/2011
Ghost Ghost
Quote:
Originally posted by BuckeyeGal04
That's simply unbelievable! How horrible that a professional would be so rude and cruel! I'm so sorry you were subjected to that.
You have to understand that this has happened since I moved to Orange County, California, and most women's specialist clinics also perform cosmetic procedures (which they heavily advertise and push). I found a new doctor, though, and although they can't perform specialized procedures at her office, at least she is pleasant. :3
12/09/2011
BuckeyeGal04 BuckeyeGal04
Quote:
Originally posted by Ghost
You have to understand that this has happened since I moved to Orange County, California, and most women's specialist clinics also perform cosmetic procedures (which they heavily advertise and push). I found a new doctor, though, and although ...
Well that puts a little perspective on it, and I'm glad you can see it's simply a sales pitch. Moreover, it's good to hear that you have found a good doctor who has more respect for their patients!
12/09/2011
clp clp
I love my cunt the way it is.
12/09/2011
AngelvMaynard AngelvMaynard
I produced an informational video for a plastic surgeon and filmed a labiaplasty. So, I personally have not had it done, but I have been in the room when the procedure has been done. This particular patient had very long outer labial folds and it would rub her when she walked and exercised causing irritation. The procedure was quick, tidy and she was awake during. When it was over she walked out, slowly mind you. She seemed very happy with the results. There are other reasons a woman would have this procedure other than just for aesthetics.
12/10/2011
toxie m toxie m
Quote:
Originally posted by Ghost
I've been told by physicians (female) before that I have an ugly vulva: too fat, too hairy, lopsided and with long labia (one longer than the other).

I have to assume they are simply trying to sell me a new one, but no thanks.
I'll ...
What! What kind of horribly physicians would be making aesthetic judgment remarks about your appearance?! I'm honestly shocked.
12/10/2011
LavenderSkies LavenderSkies
Quote:
Originally posted by BuckeyeGal04
I'm most curious to hear from anyone who has had labiaplasty to know what the experience was like and if they are satisfied with the results.
No! I love my labia
12/10/2011
Ghost Ghost
Quote:
Originally posted by toxie m
What! What kind of horribly physicians would be making aesthetic judgment remarks about your appearance?! I'm honestly shocked.
It's apparently fairly common where I live. Since moving here (Orange County), I've had another doctor completely discount my complaint by saying "You're fat, that's your problem."

I just shrug it off and go elsewhere. :/
12/10/2011
WhoopieDoo WhoopieDoo
I love my junk and wouldn't want to risk losing feeling down there.
12/10/2011
her angelness her angelness
surgery there is too weird.
12/10/2011
JessCee JessCee
Quote:
Originally posted by Ghost
It's apparently fairly common where I live. Since moving here (Orange County), I've had another doctor completely discount my complaint by saying "You're fat, that's your problem."

I just shrug it off and go elsewhere. :/
ughhh, bedside manner???
12/10/2011
Airen Wolf Airen Wolf
Quote:
Originally posted by BuckeyeGal04
I'm most curious to hear from anyone who has had labiaplasty to know what the experience was like and if they are satisfied with the results.
My husband, after three kids and many many years of looking at it from every angle would still love to have mine photographed so he could hang it on his wall...he says it's the prettiest he's ever seen. He's seen quite a few so I guess he knows what he is talking about. Even Arch is happy with the look of my vulva, so I guess I'll keep it natural!

Now I would like to have my half cup size larger breast reshaped to match the right side....but that's more because it causes me problems wearing a bra and with back pain.
12/10/2011
Airen Wolf Airen Wolf
Quote:
Originally posted by toxie m
What! What kind of horribly physicians would be making aesthetic judgment remarks about your appearance?! I'm honestly shocked.
~Nods emphatically How horribly unprofessional!
12/10/2011
Ivy Wilde Ivy Wilde
My labia is fine just the way it is. And so is yours. Anyone who tells you different is either a bitch or trying to sell you something.
12/10/2011
Illusional Illusional
Quote:
Originally posted by Ghost
I've been told by physicians (female) before that I have an ugly vulva: too fat, too hairy, lopsided and with long labia (one longer than the other).

I have to assume they are simply trying to sell me a new one, but no thanks.
I'll ...
How horrible and unprofessional, I'd report them.
12/10/2011
Illusional Illusional
Quote:
Originally posted by her angelness
surgery there is too weird.
I also agree, that's just too weird.
12/10/2011
Ryuson Ryuson
Quote:
Originally posted by Ghost
It's apparently fairly common where I live. Since moving here (Orange County), I've had another doctor completely discount my complaint by saying "You're fat, that's your problem."

I just shrug it off and go elsewhere. :/
I've had a horribly rude family practitioner before; I have no idea why people like that go through the years and debt that Med School requires if they don't want to treat patients as people :/

To answer the question; nope!
12/10/2011
aliceinthehole aliceinthehole
Quote:
Originally posted by BuckeyeGal04
I'm most curious to hear from anyone who has had labiaplasty to know what the experience was like and if they are satisfied with the results.
i would never. folks who tell you 'this is a perfect labia' and 'this is not' are twisted, if you ask me.

there is no perfect anything. all women look different downstairs. in that way, i guess our labia are all perfect. now, if you're like some women who have a hard time putting in tampons or with sex or whatever because the labia are so long they get caught in things and it causes you a great amount of distress, then maybe.

i just think i'd regret it and one day feel ashamed for having shamed my body to the point of thinking i needed to go under the knife to fix it. granted, this is all coming from someone who's labia are pretty tame, so i dont know what i'd say if i had been told they were ugly. hopefully the same thing! but one never knows.


i really recommend you check out the below website, if you havent. a british man created an artwork with plaster castings of hundreds of women's vulvas and they're all very unique and beautiful.

link







12/10/2011
aliceinthehole aliceinthehole
Quote:
Originally posted by Ghost
I've been told by physicians (female) before that I have an ugly vulva: too fat, too hairy, lopsided and with long labia (one longer than the other).

I have to assume they are simply trying to sell me a new one, but no thanks.
I'll ...
geez. forget those people. your vulva is perfect.
12/10/2011
aliceinthehole aliceinthehole
Quote:
Originally posted by Chirple
Wow. The most my doctor has said is that it looks healthy.

I can't imagine having labiaplasty. If someone's going to see them, it should be someone who's not an asshole and wouldn't care what they looked like, ...
"pornstars have surgery to make theirs look more like an unrealistic ideal - they also bleach their buttholes. Not gonna do that, either. "

so true! and so weird!
12/10/2011
aliceinthehole aliceinthehole
Quote:
Originally posted by Ghost
It's apparently fairly common where I live. Since moving here (Orange County), I've had another doctor completely discount my complaint by saying "You're fat, that's your problem."

I just shrug it off and go elsewhere. :/
i'd file a complaint. for goodness sakes. nobody should have to put up with that. you DONT have to put up with that.
12/10/2011
Lucky21 Lucky21
WOW! No, though I am a man, I would never in a million years think that was a good idea, nor encourage it.

@Elnoa, that's flat out wrong!!! I hope you have different docs.
12/10/2011
BuckeyeGal04 BuckeyeGal04
Quote:
Originally posted by AngelvMaynard
I produced an informational video for a plastic surgeon and filmed a labiaplasty. So, I personally have not had it done, but I have been in the room when the procedure has been done. This particular patient had very long outer labial folds and it ...
Thanks so much for sharing this story. I completely agree that it's not always aesthetics.
12/10/2011
BuckeyeGal04 BuckeyeGal04
Quote:
Originally posted by Airen Wolf
My husband, after three kids and many many years of looking at it from every angle would still love to have mine photographed so he could hang it on his wall...he says it's the prettiest he's ever seen. He's seen quite a few so I guess he ...
Awe! What a wonderful hubby you have!!
12/10/2011
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