In recent years, women have become more dissatisfied with the appearance of their genitals, in particular their width, shape, and symmetry, prompting increased requests for surgery. Genital self-image refers to attitudes, feelings, and beliefs about one’s sex organs that can influence sexual relationships. Positive genital self-image has been deemed associated with sexual self-esteem. On the other hand, dissatisfaction with genital self-image can negatively influence sexual health in women; consequently, it can cause sexual dysfunction.
Most common procedures to aesthetically “ameliorate” the female genitalia include :
- Labia Majoraplasty
- Clittoris Hood Reduction