Every year, Dr. Brady sees women from all over Dallas to find out how she can help restore their self-confidence and sex life. While we know you love your children dearly, the simple truth is that vaginal childbirth can drastically change the state of a woman’s vagina by widening and stretching the tissues to a point where they are unable to return to their natural position.
Dr. Brady is a board-certified gynecologist surgeon and is the only female cosmetic gynecologist in Dallas. Not only that, but she is one of the few doctors in the United States trained in this specific field of medicine. During consultations, many women ask Dr. Brady about childbirth after vaginoplasty. If you’re interested in receiving vaginoplasty but aren’t sure that you have finished having children, keep reading, and we will discuss just that.
How Can a Vaginoplasty Help Me?
Vaginoplasty is an elective surgery that decreases the diameter of the vaginal canal and opening by repairing separated muscles and removing extra mucosa skin from the back side of the vagina.
After having children, many women experience excessive vaginal laxity, even to the point where tampons can’t be used. Many women choose to have a combination surgery to help other side effects of vaginal childbirth such as incontinence. Not only do women seek out Dr. Brady for this procedure, but vaginoplasty has become increasingly popular as it has proven effective at restoring the sensation of intimacy for women.
While these symptoms most often occur as the result of vaginal childbirth, the stretched skin and separated muscles of the vagina can also be the result of genetics or age. Everyone’s body responds differently to these outside factors; therefore, every procedure Dr. Brady performs at Women’s Wellness Institute of Dallas is unique and tailored to the needs of each individual woman.
Wait For a Vaginoplasty
As we mentioned, Dr. Brady is often asked by her patients about whether or not they can have more children once they’ve had vaginoplasty. Dr. Brady recommends that women wait until they are done having children before having a vaginoplasty.
Though there is nothing about this procedure that could harm you or your unborn child if you do become pregnant, there are cosmetic downfalls to having children after vaginoplasty. Labor and even a C-section can negate the results of your surgery. If that happens, an additional surgery would be needed to restore your vagina to its original size.
Dr. Brady wants you to enjoy the benefits of any procedure you have with her for years to come, which is why she recommends her patients be sure they are done having children and have a solid birth control plan in place before choosing vaginoplasty.
Call Dr. Brady Today to Learn More
At Women’s Wellness Institute of Dallas, Dr. Brady treats each of her patients with respect and honesty. She is a caregiver, advisor, and educator and helps women live lives that are full of happiness, comfort, and confidence. Her surgical expertise, specialization, and personal attention are what brings women from all of the country to her door.