Is the NHS providing cost support for labiapalsty as a reconstructive surgery in case of pain and constant discomfort caused by enlarged labia after childbirth?
Labiaplasty is a minimally invasive surgical procedure that corrects or improves the size and shape of the labia, which is most cases require this modification due to a genetic, aged or birth-caused enlargement. Whether you choose to undergo a labiaplasty minor surgery procedure for cosmetic or medical reasons has a significant importance, as if you do it for medical reasons, this genital reconstructive surgery will be provided by the NHS. On the other hand, if you choose to undergo labiaplasty for mere cosmetic reasons, you will have to fully cover the costs of the procedure.
As our experienced specialist and clinic lead at Renew Skin & Health Clinic Dr Jha states, in your situation, the labiaplasty costs will be covered be the NHS as you will need to undergo labia reconstruction due to childbirth-caused labia enlargement that hinders you from performing everyday activities and is also prone to infections and constant discomfort and pain. These symptoms can also lead to further worsening conditions in the genital area, requiring prompt intervention. Contact our Renew Skin & Health Clinic to schedule an appointment and together with our doctor specialist, we will be able to find an NHS plan that will fit your needs and will improve your overall well-being with the help of the labiaplasty minor surgery. All the details about the labia reduction surgery and aftercare will also be provided during the consultation.
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