WHO THIS PROCEDURE IS INTENDED FOR
Let us recall that the name of “nymphae” is given to the labia minora. In some women this anatomical structure is abnormally developed, and can appear unsettling: “the labia minora protrude“.
Despite the usefulness of the nymphae in sexual intercourse, it may be necessary in these cases to reduce them.
The aim is to restore a normal appearance of the labia minora and to make them invisible at rest through the labia majora
TYPE OF ANESTHESIA
General or local anesthesia with neuroleptanesthesia (under deep sedation).
Usually very simple, the healing, practically painless, takes about eight days. An additional week is needed before resuming, with gentleness, sexual intercourse.
Though rare and easily curable, delayed healing and wound dehiscence can sometimes occur, and are often a consequence of smoking tobacco. There may be visual imperfections such as residual asymmetry that will be corrected by retouching. Finally, you may feel some discomfort due to a transient alteration of the local sensitivity.