In the medical literature, the organ where sexual intercourse takes place is called the vagina (vagina), and the aesthetic operation performed on the vagina is called vaginoplasty (vaginoplasty). Among the people, the vagina is referred to as the “reservoir”. The average length of the vagina is 8-9 cm.
Vaginoplasty operations are performed by many gynecologists and are known as “colporaphy posterior” (back repair) surgery among gynecological operations.
In vaginoplasty and vaginal tightening surgeries, triangular tissue is removed through incisions made into the vagina. Then, narrowing is provided with transverse sutures. The posterior wall of the vagina is narrowed all the way from the entrance.
How much is the vagina narrowed with vaginoplasty?
The wider the vagina, the more it will be narrowed. For this reason, the narrowing of the vagina in a woman who has never given birth and in a woman who has given 5 births will be different. Vaginal tightening operations are narrowed both internally and externally. In some patients with excessive enlargement, an internal narrowing of up to 7-8 cm can be made. In this way, while the length (depth) of the vagina is not reduced, the canal is completely narrowed.
The area where sexual pleasure is most intense in women is the entrance part of the vagina. In this section, there are sexual stimulating organs such as the clitoris and the G spot. Mechanical contact of the penis with these structures as it enters the interior positively affects pleasure and orgasm. Therefore, vaginal tightening operations provide many functional benefits.
What kind of a problem occurs when the vagina is enlarged?
The enlargement of the vagina over time causes it to not fully grasp the penis during intercourse and as a result, sexual satisfaction cannot be fully achieved. Especially many couples complain that their sexual life is not the same after normal delivery.
Normal birth or deliveries cause enlargement in the vagina, and this affects the pleasure of both male and female partners negatively during sexual intercourse. In addition, the “unpleasant sounds” that occur at the time of sexual penetration (coupling) due to vaginal enlargement cause a loss of concentration in couples. For this reason, pleasure decreases during sexual intercourse.
The inability of the vagina to fully grasp the penis during sexual intercourse and these unpleasant noises negatively affect sexual pleasure and sexual desire over time. The couple, whose frequency of sexual intercourse is decreasing, gradually moves towards an asexual marriage or union.