Labial Enlargement

As with any other part of the body, no two labias are the same. From most women, and those who identify as women, our labia can look different from one side to the other, with differing shape, sizes, and even in colour.

However, if you notice that your labia is growing larger, this could be an indicator of labial hypertrophy, also known as enlargement of the labia. The term labial hypertrophy refers to a person’s labia majora that are enlarged and/or causing discomfort. In most cases, labial hypertrophy isn’t a medical issue and often goes undetected.

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Treatment isn’t always necessary for labial enlargement, particularly if it isn’t causing you any issues, as labial hypertrophy is not harmful to your overall health. However, if your labial enlargement is interfering with your day to day life on a regular basis and you’re struggling to partake in physical or sexual activities as normal, you may consider a labial hypertrophy treatment.

Coppergate Clinic are pleased to offer this labial hypertrophy treatment, also known as labiaplasty. During a labial hypertrophy treatment, one of our surgeons will remove excess tissue to allow them to reduce the size of the labia and then reshape it.

To learn more about our surgical treatments and how to make an appointment, get in touch with us.

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