Vaginal Rejuvenation

Vaginal Rejuvenation

AngelvMaynard AngelvMaynard
I'm doing a series of informational videos for a couple of plastic surgeons. One of the procedures I filmed was Vaginal Rejuvenation. Most of the women having it done have had children and their vaginal wall and labia are stretched. Would you consider having a rejuvenation done if you lost some or most of your sexual sensitivity due to vaginal stretching after childbirth?
The procedure was pretty amazing and very quick. I'd post the video but I don't have the participants permission.
07/06/2011
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Sex'и'Violence Sex'и'Violence
I might, but I would definitely wait until I knew I wasn't having any more children.
07/06/2011
Petite Valentine Petite Valentine
Does vaginal rejuvenation restore sensitivity? I always thought it was purely for looks.
07/06/2011
Diabolical Kitty Diabolical Kitty
I'm not sure I'd ever do it.
07/06/2011
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
My wife delivered our kids 19 & 20 years ago. Lucky for us the resulting changes were very manageable - so no surgery is necessary or desired. I wonder if the age of the mother at the time of delivery matters? Younger people have greater healing/rejuvenating ability - I'm guessing that giving birth at an older age could result in damage that would not recover as well.

Make any sense? Am I crazy?
07/06/2011
salaciousrex salaciousrex
I'd consider it if I had the money and had lost all sensitivity and my vagina got messed up from childbirth. I ripped during childbirth, but luckily my vagina has never been better now! If I ever ripped again and my vagina got really messed up from it I'd definitely consider surgery to fix it though.

Funny thing, I've been more sensitive down there during sex since I gave birth. I don't know if that has to do with it or not, but sex was never enjoyable and I could never have orgasms before I had a child and now it's amazing!
07/06/2011
AngelvMaynard AngelvMaynard
Quote:
Originally posted by Petite Valentine
Does vaginal rejuvenation restore sensitivity? I always thought it was purely for looks.
That is an excellent question! I am actually meeting with a plastic surgeon Monday that I will be filming soon. I will ask him!! I know the one I filmed before was for aesthetic purposes and because she had lost a lot of weight and it left her labia stretched out and uncomfortable.
07/06/2011
AngelvMaynard AngelvMaynard
Quote:
Originally posted by Gunsmoke
My wife delivered our kids 19 & 20 years ago. Lucky for us the resulting changes were very manageable - so no surgery is necessary or desired. I wonder if the age of the mother at the time of delivery matters? Younger people have greater ...
Not crazy at all. That makes total sense to me. I also think much of it has to do with genetics and skin elasticity. Some people are blessed with thick skin, hence fewer stretch marks during pregnancy, where others have skin that doesn't recover as well.
07/06/2011
AngelvMaynard AngelvMaynard
Quote:
Originally posted by salaciousrex
I'd consider it if I had the money and had lost all sensitivity and my vagina got messed up from childbirth. I ripped during childbirth, but luckily my vagina has never been better now! If I ever ripped again and my vagina got really messed up ...
That's awesome! The body is a funny thing. I found I enjoyed sex more after having babies too.
07/06/2011
froggiemoma froggiemoma
i dont think i would
07/06/2011
Rossie Rossie
Even though I've had 2 kids, I'm still pretty tight down there. Maybe having my kids almost twelve years apart makes a difference, my vagina has had enough time to recuperate.
07/06/2011
Wild Orchid Wild Orchid
My guess would be that it can diminish sensation because of the scar tissue. Tightening the vagina the traditional way via exercises strengthens the muscles and that's why it improves feeling for the woman.

If a woman has reduced feeling or pain from scar tissue from childbirth she needs to work on resolving that. From what I've heard Jayia has a good program for this. I've signed up (tough I haven't had a kid - I was just curious) a couple of months ago and I haven't received a single spammy message from them.
07/08/2011
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