Do you have problems in any intimate area? It is not always just aesthetic procedures, but also medical interventions. In men, the most common procedure is circumcision. For women it’s the treatment of the enlarged labia.
ANAL WARTS (CONDYLOMA)
In men, they are visible as whitish warts of varying size (depending on the time elapsed since the infection), especially located around the acorn and the inner layer of the foreskin. Usually they are painless, but if they are large, they can cause bleeding, itching and recurrent inflammation, and with larger sizes they are also a significant aesthetic problem. In women, they are formed in the labia and the appearance is similar.
DIAGNOSTICS AND EXAMINATION OF STD
STD include all diseases of infectious origin that spread through sexual contact, sexual intercourse, where the secretion of ejaculate, saliva, mucous membranes and blood occurs. The highest incidence rates include HPV, HIV, Syphilis, hepatitis B virus, genital herpes, gonorrhoea, chlamydial infections.
LABIAPLASTY - surgery to reduce the size of the labia minora
Because of possible issues with having a large labia women are sometimes feeling shy to take their clothes off, they cannot cycle, there are also problems with sex. Visiting a plastic surgeon to modify intimate areas is often a considered decision that can be long in the making.
Men are understandably nervous at the thought of this procedure. However, the procedure is not as bad as many patients would imagine. In our healthcare facility, this procedure is done often and has become a common process. Patients praise the results and speak positively about the procedure.