How much does vaginoplasty cost in the US?
A Vaginoplasty is a highly individualized procedure. Even if two women have the same goals, each requires a unique surgical path to those results. Therefore fees range from $4,000 to $12,000 which includes the surgeon’s fee, anesthesia fee, facility fee, all pre and post-operative appointments, and blood work.
Is vaginoplasty ever covered by insurance?
Unfortunately, insurance plans do not cover vaginal rejuvenation or Vaginoplasty, as these are considered elective surgery. Labiaplasty is also considered a cosmetic procedure, more for aesthetics and comfort than for a medical need, and therefore health insurance plans will not usually support these surgeries.
What are the requirements for a vaginoplasty?
AGE | You must be between 17 and 35 years of age at the time of surgery. HORMONES | You are required to have at least 12 months of affirming hormone treatment. LIVED EXPERIENCE | You are expected to have been living for at least 12 months in your affirmed gender prior to undergoing genital surgery.
Is vaginoplasty medically necessary?
Most health insurance plans don’t cover vaginoplasty, labiaplasty, or other plastic surgery that’s elective rather than medically necessary.
What is FemiLift procedure?
FemiLift is an in-office procedure, similar to other gynecologic examinations and procedures, in which laser energy is applied to the vaginal mucosa to reverse some signs of aging and childbirth leading to the restoration of vaginal tone, support and function.
Is O shot covered by insurance?
In most cases, insurance does not cover the O-Shot® as it isn’t medically mandated but rather, is done to improve sexual arousal.
How painful is vaginoplasty recovery?
During the recovery phase, a patient will probably experience discomfort as this delicate area will be sore, swollen and bruised immediately after surgery. A complete recovery can be expected in six weeks, as long as after-care instructions are followed properly.
What are the risks of vaginoplasty?
Risks of vaginoplasty for gender affirmation can include:
- Vaginal stenosis.
- Inadequate depth of the vagina.
- Vesicovaginal fistula (an abnormal connection between the vagina and the urinary tract ) or rectovaginal fistula (an abnormal connection between the vagina and rectum).
- Nerve injury.
- Poor cosmetic result.
What is ThermiVA?
ThermiVa is a non-surgical procedure for labia and vaginal tightening and rejuvenation. ThermiVa is a form of energy medicine that uses heat therapy delivered via radio frequency (RF) waves to promote collagen synthesis, shrinkage and tightening of female tissues.
Is the O-shot worth the money?
If you want to correct urinary incontinence, reduce or eliminate the symptoms of vaginal atrophy, and experience sex in a whole new way, this shot is absolutely worth it. It is, first and foremost, safe because it uses your body’s own blood.
Who should not get the O-shot?
Women experiencing any issues with their vaginal health should refrain from getting the O-Shot® until such issues have been resolved. Following the O-Shot®, some women report experiencing mild soreness, but this typically subsides completely within a 24-hour time span.