Vaginoplasty in Mexico City may well be the solution to your sexual and urinary problems. This surgery tightens the vagina that may have been stretched by multiple normal deliveries, hormonal problems, menopause or ageing and lack of estrogen. Vaginoplasty surgery can simply tighten the vagina, or it can be extensive and tighten the muscles as well. It can be combined with other surgeries like labiaplasty, clitoral hood reduction, G-spot enhancement and even treating a herniated bladder that causes urinary problems.
After this surgery you will have increased sexual satisfaction and gain confidence. If urinary incontinence has been an ongoing problem then this surgery will help you. Vaginoplasty is gaining popularity thanks to the fact that women are now more vocal about their sexual needs. This surgery can be done traditionally using scalpels or using lasers. Another procedure that uses a special laser device is less invasive since it only uses heat to tighten the vagina, is virtually painless and over is less than half an hour. However, this method needs to be repeated three times or more for best results.
Since vaginoplasty is generally a cosmetic procedure, you have to pay for it. If you actually have a vaginal disease like cancer, then the procedure may be covered by insurance. In the U.S. and Canada such cosmetic procedures are quite expensive. In Mexico City, which is a medical tourism hub, you can get this surgery done quite cheaply. The city is accessible thanks to many flights that land at the international airport. It is also within driving distance from some states in the U.S. Citizens of many countries do not need a visa for Mexico.
You can also enjoy a holiday in the city which has a rich cultural heritage with structures and sites that are several thousand years old. You can visit museums, theme parks, volcanoes, pyramids and other tourist attractions. You can also take day trips for short trips out of town. As for hotels, since the city is huge, you can find a huge range of stay options, depending on your budget, including luxury resorts and chain hotels.
Cosmetic surgery carries with it many risks – there is the possibility of allergic reactions as well as botched surgeries. You should not compound any natural risk factors by booking on your own from a site that has unverifiable information. After all, you don’t want to have surgery that does not do what it is supposed to and end up worse off than before.
Booking through Medical Departures is a safer option. We offer the best price guarantee along with safety in medical procedures. We carry out a thorough investigation into the background, credentials, qualifications and experience of the doctors practicing at the clinics and hospitals we list on our website. We only list those that follow international standards, use modern equipment and technology and have a good ambiance. We also check that you will not face any communication problems.
Vaginoplasty surgery typically takes an hour or two and is usually done under local anesthesia along with sedation. If more surgeries are combined, then you may want general anesthesia, but your doctor is the best judge of that. Usually the excess skin is removed. Sometimes loose muscles may also need to be tightened. With traditional surgery you may have some bleeding, with laser surgery the healing time is quicker as it is largely bloodless.
Post surgery you will be bandaged and need painkillers for a few days. Depending on your discomfort level you may need to take a week off from work. You will be advised to avoid sex for four to six weeks and resume other activities after about two weeks. You may need to use additional lubrication for some time post surgery when you resume sexual activities.
In the U.S. you can pay between USD 4,500 to USD 8,500. In Mexico City you can expect to pay a starting rate of USD 2,000, so you save a great deal of money.
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