Pregnancies and childbirth belong to the most significant and wonderful experience women have. But giving birth, hormonal changes and ageing leave traces. Often, women have difficulties accepting their changed body, experiencing it as alien and less attractive.
Stretch marks, worn and feeble tissue in the lower abdomen, breasts affected by breast-feeding and the changed accumulation of body fat distress mothers. Moreover, in many cases after vaginal births, the vagina is distended, the feeling of the pelvic floor diffuse and the sexual sensitivity limited. Sexual dysfunctions in men and women are often a consequence, a self-determined, relishing sexual life is impeded. The sexuality of a human being influences the psyche, the personal development, the way a person feels. For many women these physical changes are a large mental distress for their personal and also their sexual confidence.
The chances of reverting these effects of childbirth by pelvis re-education, sports, or diets, are low and only possible up to a certain degree.
The combination of a minor lower abdomen tightening and mons veneris sculpting can refit the initial tight conditions of your outer body parts that you had before the birth(s). By narrowing the vaginal canal and, if required, tightening the pelvis floor, lost sexual sensitivity will be reinstalled for both partners.
This intervention includes various aesthetic and functional ways of correction. Distracting excess of skin at the lower abdomen is removed, fat layers at the mons veneris are sucked off and the vagina is getting narrowed by tissue tightening. This may also get combined with labia reduction. Many women wish to tighten flagged pelvis muscles at the same time. Correcting the pelvic floor may also treat incontinence, but the pelvic floor muscles as well are very important for sex. Our team of plastic surgeons and gynaecologists will consult you. Please find more information on the pages discussing the individual interventions. An intervention to remove effects of motherhood is only applicable, however, if further births are supposed to be brought forth by circumcision.