Articles on Cosmetic Gynecology

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Extended tummy tuck – Procedure, Risks, After Care and Cost

In our previous article, we have covered about ‘Mini tummy tuck’ where in the just the lower bottom of the abdomen is corrected. In an extended tummy tuck (which is similar to abdominoplasty procedure), the fat from the love handles (or side flanks) and lower back is also removed. This should sound as a boon to many people who work out regularly but still find it hard to lose those love handles.

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Mini Tummy Tuck – Get your abdomen in perfect shape after delivery

Mini tummy tuck refers to the surgical procedure in which a little ‘bloated’ kind of abdomen is brought into shape. This is a less invasive surgery than regular tummy tuck, also called abdominoplasty. The surgery is performed between the belly button and the pubic area, usually referred to as the lower abdomen. Mini tummy tuck should be opted when you have worked on your diet, have been regular exercises but none of them could help you in reshaping your abdomen.

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Tummy tuck along with C-section surgery? Is it advisable?

Are you thinking of going for a tummy tuck surgery immediately after you delivery your baby via C-section surgery? Tummy tuck (also called abdominoplasty) is a surgery done to correct the shape of abdomen by adjusting the muscles and removing the extra skin to bring you back into shape post delivery. If you are thinking that combining both into a single surgery (though it is longer) so that you can save some time, then this article is for you.

Stress Incontinence – Symptoms, Diagnosis & Treatment

Stress Incontinence – Symptoms, Diagnosis & Treatment

Stress Incontinence or Stress Urinary Incontinence is a condition when urine leaks out of when pressure is applied on the abdominal area due to sneezing, coughing, lifting weights etc. When the condition is severe, even very little pressure can make the urine leak out of the bladder. Urine leakage happens due to the weakening of the muscles and tissues around the bladder and urethra that control the pressure on them. Stress Incontinence is most often seen in women than in men.