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I have struggled with self-esteem for as long as I can remember. When I was in school, I was the girl that got picked on for not having the big breasts that the other girls had. As I grew older, I hoped that I wouldn't have the problem to deal with, but I just never developed. It was mind blowing because all of the women in my family are very well endowed in that area. The day I turned 21, I went to a cosmetic doctor for a consultation and learned all about my options for breast enlargement. This blog contains much of what I learned during my research before my surgery.

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Pregnancy And Childbirth After Vaginal Rejuvenation

Did you have vaginal rejuvenation surgery after childbirth? Even though you thought your pregnancy days were over, surprise, you have another baby on the way. Before you start to stress about the effects of another vaginal birth, take a look at what you need to know about pregnancy after a procedure.

Pregnancy After Rejuvenation

In an ideal world, you would have this procedure after your final pregnancy. But the decision to have rejuvenation now doesn't necessarily mean you won't choose to get pregnant down the road or have an unplanned pregnancy.

Will the pregnancy itself affect the rejuvenation results? It's possible the baby's weight will put extra pressure on the vaginal canal. The more your baby grows, the more pressure they'll cause. This can loosen the vagina. While a complication-free pregnancy isn't likely to cause serious problems following a rejuvenation surgery, it's possible you may need a repeat procedure.

Childbirth After Rejuvenation

Some women may not experience dramatic vaginal changes during pregnancy. If you still feel the results of your surgery while pregnant, it's still possible for childbirth to cause issues. The vagina stretches and may tear to accommodate the baby during delivery. This can reduce the effectiveness of your prior procedure and make it necessary to have a repeat vaginal rejuvenation.

Even though the initial procedure tightened the vaginal area, it's still possible to stretch (as you would without the surgery) during labor and delivery. But a tighter start, whether it's surgical or natural, may make it more likely that you'll tear or require an episiotomy (surgical cutting).

It's perfectly normal to have concerns about tearing during childbirth. If the tightness of the area following a rejuvenation adds extra worry, talk to your doctor. Your medical provider may recommend perineum massage, warm compresses, or another method to loosen the area before and during the birth process.

Repeat Surgery After Childbirth

Will you need another vaginal rejuvenation procedure? There's no one-size-fits-all answer to this question. If you had little to no loosening during pregnancy and had a C-section instead of a vaginal delivery, chances are you won't need another surgery. But if the pressure from your baby combined with the stretching of childbirth, you may.

There's no way to tell the extent of the change in the area until after your baby arrives. Take a wait and see approach before you schedule a second procedure. If you don't feel comfortable with the look or feel of your vagina after the post-partum period, talk to your cosmetic surgeon about a repeat rejuvenation. Contact a company like Dr. Marcos Cosmetic Surgery and MedSpa in order to learn more.