Wednesday October 7th, 2009 @ 6:27 PM
Filed under: Surgical
Sorry if this is a repeat question. I’ve not seen any answer so I’ll risk asking again. Are you aware of outer labia being surgically opened as the in the image I’ve included suggests? Opening up the labia about a half an inch behind the forward edge and either suturing taping said incision to remain open.
I do not exactly understand what the picture is supposed to represent, I am assuming you want the outer labia to be less prominent so that the inner labia is more exposed and accessible? If this is the case, the most logical procedure would be to remove a football shaped section of the outer labia (outside of the sharpie marks in the picture), and suture the wound closed. This would pull the outer labia outwards and make them more “open”.
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