If you’re like many women, you’d change at least one thing about your body if you could. Nearly every woman has, at least once, wished for thicker hair, or a smaller waistline, a cuter nose, or to get rid of those dark circles under her eyes. Don’t worry, you’re not alone.

Here’s a secret: even men have these kinds of thoughts, just as many women do. It’s part of the human condition. And it’s okay to want to change things about your body. In fact, we do lots of things to improve the way we look and feel:

  • Dieting
  • Working out
  • Perming, straightening and coloring hair
  • Liposuction
  • Rhinoplasty, facelifts and other facial cosmetic surgery
  • Breast augmentation, reduction or lift surgery

In today’s society, many cosmetic procedures—such as those listed above—are commonplace and widely accepted. Why? Because there is nothing at all wrong with taking charge of your body and your self-image.

Taking Charge of Your Self-Image

What if the part you’d change—if you could—was a more private area? Is there really that much difference?

One woman who’s always hated her nose has a procedure that makes her feel better about the way her face looks. Another woman, bothered by overly large, drooping inner labia, has their size reduced. Both women, after their procedures, are happier and more comfortable with their bodies.

Vaginoplasty and Other Lesser-Known Procedures

It may surprise you to learn that many thousands of women have undergone vaginoplasty, labiaplasty and other cosmetic vaginal procedures. The reasons are as varied as the women themselves are, but one thing is quite consistent: cosmetic vaginal surgery has an incredibly high rate of satisfaction among patients, at well over 95 percent.

If you’re considering cosmetic vagina surgery, you’re not alone. Simply because people understandably don’t like to talk about their private areas, you may have the impression you’re vain or unusual for considering such a procedure. Don’t be fooled.

You’re not alone.