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- Non-surgical methods
Enlarged labia minora is generally a congenital problem.
Enlarged labia majora, or labia minora are an aesthetic, psychosexual and functional problem for women. Feeling of pain during sexual intercourse, chronic irritation, and difficulty to maintain adequate hygiene can all be reasons to undergo this simple procedure under local anesthesia or analgo-sedation.
The excess is removed using a surgical technique and, if necessary, additional reconstruction of the labia minora, or correction of the asymmetry can be performed. The patient can leave the hospital 2 hours after the surgery.
Fine resorptive stitching is used in this procedure, which disappears spontaneously over the next few days through maintaining personal hygiene.