Over time, many changes occur to the pelvic floor muscles, bladder, rectum, anus, vagina, and labia. There are many causes for these changes; most of which are beyond the control of the individual. Most commonly, pregnancy and childbirth have a dramatic effect on the integrity and strength of the pelvic muscles. Many women heal back to a point where they feel satisfied but often state just not the same? Care providers will usually teach Kegel exercises as a way to improve pelvic function non-surgically. When these efforts are not adequate, many women will seek surgical assistance. Natural aging, repeated heavy lifting, medical conditions that cause a lot of coughing or straining, and weight gain can also lead to drastic changes in genital function and appearance.
Tags: Dr. Mathews, Labiaplasty, medical, new, Rejuvenation, right, sexual, sexual function, surgery, Vaginal, vaginal rejuvenation, Vaginal Tightening, women
Posted in Cosmetic Gynecology, News & Education | No Comments »
Hysterectomy Hysterectomy is the most common nonobstetric major surgical procedure performed in the U.S. with over 670,000 performed annually. Today, in the U.S. over 75% of these surgeries are performed by an open abdominal approach. It has been well documented and is the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology opinion that the majority of hysterectomies…Read the Rest of Article
Tags: abdominal approach, american college of obstetrics, benefit, cesarean section, doctors, enlarged uterus, Fibroids, graduates, Hysterectomy, laparoscopic hysterectomies, Laparoscopic Hysterectomy, laparoscopic supracervical hysterectomy, lash, learning, medicine, overwhelming majority, physicians, proponents, reconstructive surgeons, reconstructive surgery, sexual, sexual function, surgeries, vaginal hysterectomies, vaginal hysterectomy, vaginal prolapse, vaginal surgery
Posted in Hysterectomies, News & Education, Services | No Comments »