'Designer vagina surgery not to be carried out on NHS'

"Designer vagina" surgery should not be carried out on the NHS or on girls under the age of 18, the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists has said.

"In a paper looking at female genital cosmetic surgery, it says women and girls should realise that female genitalia come in all shapes and sizes.
They should also be told of the risks of this type of surgery.
Labiaplasties on the NHS have risen fivefold in the past 10 years.
Labiaplasty is the most common type of female genital cosmetic surgery, in which the size of the labia minora is reduced.
It can be a treatment for women who have concerns with hygiene, difficulties during sexual intercourse or discomfort when exercising, but some women and girls want surgery because of concerns about the way their genitalia look."
This caught my eye today and gave me a chuckle, don't get me wrong, some people need plastic surgery and done properly can be life changing. I have seen some real horror stories regarding plastic surgery, especially in the area of breast enlargement. My take on this is, don't ever let a man talk you into plastic surgery. If what you have works be thankful, if your man ain't happy, get shot of the man, swiftly, he is a lightweight.

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