What is Labia Majora Injection?

Labia majora are the hairy area located in the external genital area of women. It is also known as “outer lip” or “labia majora”. Greater genital lip fat filling is a genital aesthetic operation performed for a fuller and younger appearance of this area.

The youthful appearance is achieved thanks to the stem cells located around the fat tissue. The cosmetic results after this genital aesthetic operation, which requires experience, are quite satisfactory.

Large lip fillers can be performed by fat injection, hyaluronic acid injection or collagen injection. In this section, there is detailed information about major lip filling, which is done by taking the person’s own fat and preparing it and then injecting it into the large lips.

Labia majora fat filler is also known as “labia majora augmentation”, “majora augmentation”, “labia majora augmentation” or “labia majora fat injection”.

How is labia majora fat filling performed?

There are three separate stages of the labia majora filler procedure. Fat grafting procedure;

Fat harvesting (harvesting),
Oil processing (processing),
It includes fat filling (lypofilling) processes.

During the application of outer lip fat filling, some cannulas (special pipes) and auxiliary devices are used.

Stages for Outer Lip Filling

Fat harvesting (Harvesting, Lipoaspiration)

Fat harvesting is also known as “lipoaspiration” or “harvesting”. The most frequently preferred area for lipoaspiration is the abdomen. However, it is often impossible to remove abdominal fat in patients who do not have enough fat in the abdominal area, are thin, or have previously undergone abdominoplasty (tummy tuck surgery). Therefore, fat harvesting (lipoaspiration) can be done from the lateral abdomen, inner thigh, outer thigh or mons pubis areas.

How is fat removal done?

Liposuction is most often performed under general or light sedation anesthesia. Thanks to a 3 mm diameter cannula (special tube) entered through the belly button, the fat in the abdominal area is collected into the syringe.

How much fat is collected?

Depending on the needs of the tissue, generally between 20 cc and 100 cc of fat is collected.

Fat Processing

The removed fat is processed in different ways depending on the surgeon’s experience and preference. These:

Centrifuge only,
Washing + Centrifuge,
They are dry (no-touch) techniques.

According to the dry technique, the fat taken from the abdominal area is thinned and then made ready for donation.

If a special solution prepared by the method called “tumescent anesthesia” is injected into the tissue before fat collection, centrifuge or washing + centrifuge techniques are applied.

Fat loss (Lypofilling)

The oil delivery process is done through a 1-1.5 mm oil delivery cannula inserted into small holes opened at the clitoris level. The extracted and thinned fat is administered in equal amounts to different layers of both labia majora.

Labia Majora Fat Filling Procedure

Immediately after the labia majora fat filling procedure, it is gently massaged by hand to ensure that the fat is distributed homogeneously within the tissue.

Vajinanın girişinde yer alan kızlık zarının ne işlevi olduğu oldukça merak edilen konular arasında yer almaktadır. Ancak bu dokunun herhangi bir işlevi bulunmamaktadır ve sağlık açısından da bir öneme sahip değildir. Yalnızca küçük kız çocuklarında vajinal enfeksiyonu önlemektedir. Bununla birlikte yetişkin kadınlarda herhangi bir işlevinin olmadığı bilinmektedir.

Kızlık zarının eski dönemlerde rahmi, bakterilerden koruduğu öne sürülmüştür ancak böyle bir işleve sahip değildir. Günümüzde rahmi korumadığı bilinmektedir çünkü dokunun ortasında minik bir delik bulunmaktadır. Yani vajinayı tamamen kapatmamaktadır. Delik bulunması ise bu düşüncenin yanlış olduğunu göstermektedir. Bu minik delikten ise adet döneminde kanın aktığı bilinmektedir. Şu an ise kızlık zarının, bekaret sembolü olması dışında herhangi bir işleve sahip olduğu görülmemektedir. Ayrıca ilk cinsel ilişkide deforme olan kızlık zarı, hymenoplasti ameliyatı sayesinde dikilebilmekte ve yitirdiği bütünlüğünü geri kazanabilmektedir.

What is the Function of Hymenoplasty?

Hymenoplasty surgery, that is, hymenoplasty surgery, is the suturing of the hymen located 1 or 1.5 cm inside the vaginal area. The surgery for permanent hymen stitching can be performed under general anesthesia. However, local anesthesia can also be applied optionally. Before hymenoplasty surgery, a detailed examination is first performed. After the examination, surgery planning is made and hymenoplasty surgery is performed.

Who can undergo hymenoplasty?

Suturing the hymen, that is, hymenoplasty surgery; It is applied to adult women who are over the age of 18, whose integrity of the hymen is damaged and who want the hymen to be stitched. It also appears to be a legal transaction. It is also possible to have the hymen permanently stitched.

Which Patients Should Not Have Hymenoplasty?

Any young woman over the age of 18 can have hymenoplasty surgery. It is also known that it is a legal transaction. However, in some cases, performing this surgery may be undesirable. Hymenoplasty is not performed if there is an active infection and bleeding disorders are observed. However, it is not performed in cases of vulvodynia and chronic pelvic pain, which are thought to increase during cancer and surgery.

Can You Understand That The Hymen Has Been Stitched?

Another issue that those who are considering hymenoplasty surgery wonder is whether it can be understood that the hymen has been stitched.

We can say with certainty that after the hymenoplasty surgery, the person’s partner does not understand that the hymen has been stitched. Patients do not need to worry about this issue because only doctors can understand that the hymen has been stitched. After hymenoplasty surgery, bleeding occurs just like the person’s first sexual experience.

Hymenoplasty Postoperative Process
After hymen transplantation, anesthesia-induced nausea may occur.
Hygienic pads should be used for 2 days after the surgery.
It is possible to take a standing shower on the day of the surgery.
It is important not to enter environments such as pools, sea, Turkish baths and saunas until the post-operative recovery process is completed.
All hygiene rules must be observed.
Antibiotic medications may be prescribed by the doctor against the risk of infection after surgery. It is important that these medications are used completely and regularly by the patient.
If an unexpected complication occurs after the surgery, it is necessary to go to the hospital immediately.

Risky pregnancy or high risk pregnancy; These are pregnancies that have an additional disease before or during pregnancy, or where there is a risk of miscarriage or a risk of disability in the baby in the scans.

In cases where normal vaginal birth cannot be performed, the method used is cesarean delivery. In cases where normal birth is considered, a caesarean section can be performed urgently, or a caesarean section decision can be made by prenatal planning. If it is determined that a cesarean section will be performed before birth, the date and time of the procedure can be determined.

Caesarean section is a birth technique performed under operating room conditions and anesthesia. In this procedure, the baby is removed from the mother’s womb by making an incision first in the abdomen and then in the uterus. Then, the incisions are closed with stitches and the birth is completed.

Aginal discharge is the fluid secreted from small glands in the vagina and cervix. This fluid leaks from the vagina every day to flush out old cells and debris, keeping the vagina and reproductive system clean and healthy. Vaginal discharge may occur from normal changes in estrogen levels

In uterine prolapse, the muscle around the vagina, connective tissues, and the nerve that holds the pelvic organs and tissues in place, break as the muscle tissues weaken and prolapse occurs outside the vagina. It occurs due to reasons such as normal birth, insufficient estrogen, and old age.

Sexually transmitted diseases that can be treated are: Syphilis, gonorrhea, chlamydia, and trichomoniasis. The 4 most common sexually transmitted diseases are; hepatitis B, herpes simplex, HIV (AIDS) and HPV cannot be fully treated