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Anyone who is looking into having a vaginoplasty please consider going to see a gynaecologist or cosmetic gynaecologist first , I was unaware my plastic surgeon didn't have qualifications in this field , I just assumed he did after searching vaginoplasty on the Internet  , he  being the first surgeon to appear and it being advertised on his website stating he had 15 other searches on claiming he had 18 years of experience, I had my consultation with him and felt I was in good hands , it wasn't until I had devastating results that I felt enlarged rather than smaller , it took some convincing  for him to believe me that something wasn't right before he agreed to do a revision surgery, only for him then to discover my stitches hadn't taken , I'm unsure still today as  im left even worse than before the revision and not only myself but my partner  can both agree Ithe surgeons failed yet again , it was when I confronted him again that he then referred me onto seek an opinion from a gynocologist  , it was that visit or should I say visits as I've had to see a few that I then began to wonder how many other women are looking into these procedures  and are assuming the same as I did ??? I wasn't aware that  by having this procedure done by a gynnocoligist  ,wasnt only far less inexpensive than a plastic surgeon , most importantly they are Qualified....As  the  outcome  I'm left with some disfigurement and scarring , other symptoms I don't wish to go into detail about however I am scheduled for partial corrective surgery with a gynocologist , The affects I've had as the result by undergoing this procedure  I was not given as a warning it being one of the risks , what's even more horrific is I planned on having this surgery not because i needed it ,I  just wanted a little tweaking to surprise my long term partner , only having one vaginal birth 20+ years ago  one would only expect a pretty good result and yet I now find that I'm in desperate need of vaginal tightening , it's destroyed my life , relationship , even my children have suffered ... I can't speak for all plastic surgeons , doctors , specialists etc however. I also have friends and read in forums of unsatisfactory results , I feel there are some medical professionals that really don't care about anything but the $$$. , it's not even about a person having too high  of an expectation , eg women coming out of surgery. with different sized breast or nipples pointing in different directions , I honestly don't believe we as patients and paying customers  aren't. Leaving the theatre with the best outcome that could be achieved for that individual as it's obvious every persons body is different ...,Professionals in the cosmetic industry. prey on people wanting to look better and improve the way they feel about themselves and yet it's happening way too often rather than these surgeries having a positive affect on people's lives they seem to be failing without much of a conscience in some cases... I hope by sharing my experience it will help prevent some women from making the same mistake i have made , I wouldn't wish this on anybody . 

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You poor thing!!! My God! I would have no hesitation reporting this man to warn other woman having to experience the same nightmare! I would definitely not just be leaving it at that and moving on to the Gynocolegist!! That is malpractice. I can understand that a surgeon is human and can make a mistake, but twice is completely unacceptable! I hope your new surgeon can give you some quality of life back! 

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I'm so sorry you had such a horrific experience. I had this procedure by a qualified plastic surgeon just before Christmas. The procedure was fully covered by Medicare (as I did require this procedure after three children) and I couldn't be more estatic with the results.  I do agree researching your surgeon and having more than one consultation is so so important.   If they are not familiar with the female anatomy you do risk them taking off too much or removing part of the clitoris which is actually a wishing bone shape. 

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I am so unbelievably sorry to hear about your experience, it sounds so awful! I wish you all the best in your recovery from it all.

I have been researching this particular surgery for so long as I'm desperate to get it done so I just want to say THANKYOU so much for sharing your experience. It's definately changed my mind in the surgeon I had considered and I will now be consulting with a Gyno.

Hope it all goes smoothly for you now 😘😘

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How horrendous of him and his professional reputation!

i can't imagine how this has affected your confidence and confidence in the health system!!

There are wonderful and vary talented surgeons out there that do care - it's such a shame we don't have enough regulation on these things that are actually MONITORED!!

This has certainly been an eye opener for me personally.

Many of us women have a hard time in life as it is in trying to feel good about ourselves and building each other up.

The time, suffering physically & emotional termoil & inconvenience is unacceptable!! 

Have you engaged with a suitable law expect - consumer affairs and the ombudsman?

Surely there must be some sort of way to restore your health and be remunerated for this ordeal??

Not enough people will see your review. Once you are restored I would certainly "name and shame" the so called 'medical expert'!!! Think of how many other women that are not subscribed to this site. :(

You could post your review on 'ReaslSelf' which seems to be popular too.

My most sincerest of gratitude to you for sharing your experience and making others mindful. 

Furthermore, my heartfelt wishes are sent to you during this frustrating time of rehabilitation.

May god bless ✨✨🙏🏼✨✨

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On 26 January 2016 at 0:27 PM, 410ccFX said:

I'm so sorry you had such a horrific experience. I had this procedure by a qualified plastic surgeon just before Christmas. The procedure was fully covered by Medicare (as I did require this procedure after three children) and I couldn't be more estatic with the results.  I do agree researching your surgeon and having more than one consultation is so so important.   If they are not familiar with the female anatomy you do risk them taking off too much or removing part of the clitoris which is actually a wishing bone shape. 

I'm interested in this procedure, after 2 kids I think I need it, nothing feels as tight as it once was. I'm about to start the doctors apps to see what they think. Can they tell by an examination if its stretched and if you actually need the procedure?. I didn't have internal tears or traumatic births but its def not as it once was.  Can I ask did you get the internal tightened or was this the outside that  you had fixed?

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On 26/02/2016 at 3:02 PM, bailey_x said:

Hey Peg!

I had a phone consultation with Dr Oseka Onuma, he's in Adelaide. He seems really lovely, very informative and his work looks amazing. You could check his website out.  Hope it helps! 

Hi bailey_x, just wanting to know if you went ahead with Dr Oseka Onuma? Did you have satisfying results? 

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On 1/26/2016 at 2:27 PM, 520rounds said:

I'm so sorry you had such a horrific experience. I had this procedure by a qualified plastic surgeon just before Christmas. The procedure was fully covered by Medicare (as I did require this procedure after three children) and I couldn't be more estatic with the results.  I do agree researching your surgeon and having more than one consultation is so so important.   If they are not familiar with the female anatomy you do risk them taking off too much or removing part of the clitoris which is actually a wishing bone shape. 

hi 520rounds

Congrats on having had a successful vaginoplasty procedure!  I am wanting to have the same done, so just have a few Q's for u if u don't mind?

Did u have the entire vaginal canal tightened or just the front part near the opening?

also, you say the results are ecstatic, so i was wondering how much of a change it made to your enjoyment of intercourse?

is it now like it used to be before u had any children?

I am very excited about having my procedure done and am hoping my questions don't sound too naive or personal?

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On 1/26/2016 at 2:27 PM, 520rounds said:

I'm so sorry you had such a horrific experience. I had this procedure by a qualified plastic surgeon just before Christmas. The procedure was fully covered by Medicare (as I did require this procedure after three children) and I couldn't be more estatic with the results.  I do agree researching your surgeon and having more than one consultation is so so important.   If they are not familiar with the female anatomy you do risk them taking off too much or removing part of the clitoris which is actually a wishing bone shape. 

Are you allowed to say who your surgeon was?

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