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American, Australian and British just to name a few of Obstetricians and Gynecologist are expressing great concern about  clinics that are performing vaginal cosmetic surgery. 

Women who may be in need of psychological help instead of surgery that is expensive and dangerous, are taken advantage by the clinics who charge as much as ten thousand dollars for each surgery.

The college states : “The real risks of potential complications such as scarring, permanent disfigurement, infection, dyspareunia and altered sexual sensations should be discussed in detail with women seeking such treatments”  

We live in the age of cosmetic surgery. Many women aspire to look their best, sometimes even at a high price of going under the knife. Before you opt for any surgical procedure, it is important to do your due diligence and find as much information as possible about the doctor that will perform the procedure, the recovery and the outcome of the surgery.  

Lois Stern is the author of Sex, Lies and Cosmetic Surgery: Things You'll Never Learn From Your Plastic Surgeon tackles the physical discomforts, the eventual outcomes, the psychological changes and several other topics that until this book-were virtually ignored. A good book to read if you are considering any kind of cosmetic procedure.

All the best,


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      Carine Nadel wrote Aug 4, 2008
    • just read and reviewed Stern’s book-it was quite candid and honest.  I agree, if you‘re even toying with the idea, it’s a great resource Yana.
      As for having cosmetic surgery done on my nether region? Goodness what will the medical industry think of next???

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      Mary Kelly-Williams, M.A. wrote Aug 4, 2008
    • RE-HYMENIZATION has been the rage for awhile, especially in countries where a woman’s intact vagina is considered sacred.

      We draw the line at Botox, Juvederm, eye lifts and breast augmentation.

      We have our standards.

      Re-doing our vagina would just be too beneath us (no pun intended)!

      Lorraine and Mary

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      JoAnn Donahue wrote Aug 10, 2008
    • This is a first for me.. I never heard of this procedure and quite frankly I think it’s crazy!!! It’s taking things to far (that’s my opinion).  Not to mention..

      I had surgery.. I had breast augmentation.  

       As a young girl with a flat chest.. the teasing and the trying on of bathing suits was torture (for me).. And it never got easier as I aged. I would get stares just because they couldn’t believe what I didn’t have! I just knew it!  

      And as much as I like the way I look in my clothes/bathing suits I honestly can say I hate the way they feel.  And I didn’t go over board like the doctor wanted and suggested. I only wanted what I felt God didn’t give me! (wink)
      It’s been years so this will always be. I am sure.

      Nothing can be natural feeling if it is surgically done and I just can’t imagine having surgery in that particular place and having to feel so unnatural.. yuk!


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      Pcmccullough wrote Aug 10, 2008
    • Wow! Just when you think you’ve heard it all!  Whatever happened to aging gracefully. The images that come to mind are all the “cosmetic surgeries-gone-wrong” that fill the pages of tabloid magazines. Is this what we have to look forward to seeing on future covers while we stand on line at the grocery store?


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