Evaluation of labia minora reduction by longitudinal resection

Gynécologie, obstétrique & fertilité
M Cayrac, R Rouzier

Abstract

To evaluate results, complications and the satisfaction of patients after labia minora, reduction. It was a retrospective study. Twenty-six patients underwent a labia minora reduction by longitudinal resection in the service of gynecological surgery of the hospital Tenon during a two-year period. Patients were 14 to 64 years old (median=25 years old). The motivations were aesthetic or functional, with entry dyspareunia, discomfort with exercise, and discomfort in clothing. The anatomical result was estimated at the postoperative consultation, one month later. Patient satisfaction was estimated in the long term by a phone questionnaire. There was no complication to type haematoma or wound dehiscence. The anatomical result was satisfactory for 95% of the patients. Twenty questionnaires were completed. All the patients having answered were satisfied with the aesthetic result. Only one patient was dissatisfied of the functional result with a loss of clitoral "flexibility". Reduction of labia minoria according to the amputation technique of is simple, safe, with few complications and high patient satisfaction. However, the size of the sample is low and further studies are warranted.

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Apr 25, 2015·Aesthetic Surgery Journal·Carlo Maria OrangesGiovanni Sisti
Nov 27, 2019·Aesthetic Plastic Surgery·E Yang, Zhang Hengshu

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