Summary:Is there any subject that’s more intimate or more important than your sex life? Yet, despite enjoying a high rank on your priority list, there may be issues that prevent you from taking your sexual potential to its fullest. Here are a few procedures that just might be able to help.
Clitoral Hood Reduction
The clitoris is well-known as a tiny sexual powerhouse, with so many nerve endings that the body protects this sensitive area with a special covering of skin known as the clitoral hood. In some women, however, the hood is excessive, and ends up interfering with arousal instead. Clitoral hood reduction eliminates excess skin that may get in the way of enjoying full clitoral stimulation, so you can experience more immediate sensation more easily. Reducing the clitoral hood can offer an aesthetic bonus as well as a sexual one: combining the procedure with labiaplasty ensures a smooth transition from labia to clitoris for a more contoured appearance.
The G-spot, or Gräfenberg spot, is sometimes nicknamed the “internal clitoris” for its contribution to intense internal sensation during intercourse—and in fact, some have proposed that the G-spot itself may be an extension of clitoral tissue. Either way, there’s no denying that this ultrasensitive palpable mound just inside the front vaginal wall can introduce a whole new level to your sex life. When stimulated, the G-spot can lead to strong vaginal orgasms that many women describe as more emotionally satisfying. The G-spot enhancement gives a temporary boost to your G-spot so that it can be more easily located by either you or your partner for easier stimulation during foreplay and intercourse. An outpatient procedure, G-spot augmentation requires just a quick injection of common injectable fillers directly to the G-spot, which becomes more prominent as a result. The treatment is simple enough to be scheduled over your lunch break, yet effective enough to be given a test run after your celebratory romantic dinner later that evening, and can deliver results that last from several weeks to a few months or more.
Following childbirth, it’s very normal for women to notice vaginal changes both internally and externally. One of the most troubling of these concerns is the feeling of looseness during intercourse. Although this can feel awkward enough on its own, many women feel even more upset by the fact that sexual partners may notice a difference in sexual sensation too. During vaginoplasty, the internal muscles of the vaginal wall are repaired and tightened, along with the vaginal opening as well, and the long-term results can benefit both partners in a sexual relationship. Vaginaplasty may also be able to help reverse minor urinary incontinence, and is often combined with labiaplasty or other external cosmetic gynecological procedures to improve the appearance of the entire vaginal area.
While labiaplasty itself doesn’t enhance your sexual experience in the physical sense, the procedure can deliver dramatic results in your primary sex organ: your mind. If you feel self-conscious about the appearance of your labia, or your inner labia are enlarged enough to get in the way during sex, labiaplasty can help you enjoy sex again without anything getting in the way—either figuratively or literally. By eliminating issues responsible for interrupting the mood or leading to insecurity in the bedroom, labiaplasty and the other procedures listed above can work together to help you feel confident, gorgeous and definitively sexy from head to toe.