Women are always looking for ways to appear younger and the latest trend is to spruce up your vajayjay by injecting fillers into saggy and lifeless looking vaginas, according to a new report. But before you rush out to your doctor and beg him to inject ‘down there’ it turns out there are major risk factors involved.
Injectables are nothing new, women get fillers in their foreheads, lips or even their cheeks to plump them up in order to achieve a more youthful look. But it turns out women are asking their doctors to inject cosmetic fillers into their vaginas to help make it look “prettier” and younger. But Dr Nirdosh tells The Daily Mail that it can cause “nerve paralysis, bleeding and loss of sensation during sex.”
“The extra risk is because of the vast amount of nerves and blood vessels around the clitoris, labia and urethral opening,” Dr. Nirdosh says. “To put it simply, the vagina might look prettier afterwards but it won’t be worth it if it doesn’t work in the long-term – that is the risk you are taking.” Yikes, so it sounds like leaving it alone is your best bet, ladies! There is an alternative, which is labiaplasty, a surgery which reduces the size of or the labia minora and/or the labia majora.
More than 5,000 labiaplasties were reportedly performed in the United States in 2013 and it is said to be the second fasting growing plastic surgery procedure behind the butt augmentation. Sharon Osbourne has been very vocal about getting her own labiaplasty but did say it was “excruciating.” “My husband thinks so,” Sharon told the BBC’s Graham Norton Show. “It’s back the way God wanted it to be.”
HollywoodLifers, would you ever try this?
— Chloe Melas