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Tummy Tuck (Abdominoplasty) - A Sexual Enhancement Procedure

Female sexual enhancement may be defined as anything that enhances a woman's sexuality.  These would include any procedures that improve one’s self-image.  Procedures such as vaginoplasty, clitoral unhooding (hoodectomy), breast enlargement/augmentation, breast lifts, abdominoplasty (tummy tuck), G-Spot Enhancement—all would be examples of frequent surgical procedures in this category.

Tummy Tuck (Abdominoplasty)—
Abdominoplasty is a plastic surgery procedure performed on individuals who have a problem with excess abdominal fat or skin, or those who have undergone bariatric surgery.  In women, abdominoplasty is often performed as a result of childbirth(s), where repeated stretching of the abdominal tissue occurs as a result of expansion in the uterine area as the embryo develops.  Abdominoplasty can help with sculpting the mid-body region. Also known as a “tummy tuck,” this surgical procedure involves tightening of the abdominal muscles and excising excess tissue.

The procedure is fairly common today, and usually it involves the creation of an entry incision just below the pubic area.  The surgeon will then tighten the abdominal wall muscles and remove excess fat and skin. There will be swelling in the area and you may experience pain. These are normal after an Abdominoplasty. Any pain or discomfort will be controlled with pain medication prescribed by the surgeon. Usually, you can return to normal activities with two to three days,












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