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Insurance And Labiaplasty
Not covered: Labioplasty procedure is a reduction of the length of the labia. Although, the labioplasty procedure can reduce discomfort associated with a long labia (with tight clothes), the procedure is not medically necessary. To my knowledge it is not covered by any type of insurance. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Does insurance ever cover labiaplasty? I'm really interested in a labiaplasty, but I can't afford it. Are there any circumstances where the procedure is covered by insurance? .
My labia hangs low and it gets extremely swollen and painful after sex it swells so bad that it feels almost hard would my insurance cover Labiaplasty?
Daughters labia causes discomfort and irritation because it is so large. Is labiaplasty safe for 15 yr old? Can the cost be covered by insurance?
Weigh the risks: With any surgery there are risks and benefits of performing the surgery. With reconstructing the vaginal area your daughter could have infection, scarring, loss of sensation, etc. Visit with a Gynecologist and Plastic Surgeon to determine if surgery is the way to go. Many procedures performed by Plastic Surgery are not covered, check with your insurance first. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Labiaplasty: Labiaplasty, or cosmetic gynecology, is the fastest growing segment of cosmetic surgery in the U.S. The vast majority of women presenting for consideration of labiaplasty have normal genitalia. However, most women complain of discomfort with activities such as sports, bike riding, or during intercourse. Also, many do not like the appearance in certain clothes such as swimsuits, etc. ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
What kind of anesthesia will I have for a labiaplasty? I don't think I want to be a awake for a labiaplasty. Will I be able to have general anesthesia? .
Cosmetic in nature: Good afternoon! Yes, despite some women suffering with discomfort and pain from excess labial tissue, in general labiaplasty and vaginoplasty is considered a cosmetic procedure. Properly performed, it is quick, easy, and in most case can be done under local anesthesia. I hope this helps ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
Ridiculous: Labiaplasty is a voluntary procedure performed to improve the appearance or function of the labia. Genital mutilation is destruction or damage to the genitals in order to damage or limit function typically seen in an oppressive society on an involuntary manner. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
When causes problem: There are innumerable reasons including but not limited to asymmetry, pain, discomfort, tenderness, sores, mechanical interference with sex or activity, hygiene, diversion of urinary stream, embarrassment or humiliation, visibility in garments, etc. ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
Risks Involved: Properly performed by a surgeon well versed in this procedure- there are few risks involved. The most notable is scaring or over resection of tissue that can lead to discomfort with intercourse. Properly performed the chances of this occurring is very slight. ...Read moreSee 6 more doctor answers
Great question: I had to do some additional reading on this non traditional treatment and the studies are limited in regards to its use despite the claims. If used, but medical grade (sterile) with a umf of 10 or higher. This would likely be messy and labia wounds generally heal well with a low risk of infection. Read here: http://www. M.Webmd. Com/a-to-z-guides/manuka-honey-medicinal-uses. ...Read more
Yes: Limited answer in the space alowed: to some women large labia my cause dyscomfort, may feel shy about others looking at her and or you might not feel right with the appearance. Issues like this can be address without surgery, however, if its causing you problems in your sexual life, labiaplasty might be the answer. ...Read moreSee 7 more doctor answers
When causes problem: There are innumerable reasons including but not limited to asymmetry, pain, discomfort, tenderness, sores, mechanical interference with sex or activity, hygiene, diversion of urinary stream, embarrassment or humiliation, visibility in garments, etc. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
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