If you look at popular newspapers today you will no doubt find a section devoted to advertising cosmetic surgery. Including, shockingly, ads for “revirginization” surgery. Also known as designer vagina surgery, these advertisements claim to repair the hymen and restore virginity.
This confuses me because in my opinion, once you have lost your virginity you cannot reclaim it. Secondly, an intact hymen doesn’t mean that virginity is maintained. Many women could have tore their hymen due to use of tampons, or even taking part in vigorous exercise or sports.
I believe that this type of surgery is quite an extreme measure, particularly if you would just like to generally tighten up down below or to enjoy a better sex life.
The procedure is carried out my injecting a filler into a spot near the vaginal entrance to produce the illusion of an intact hymen. There is no medical reason why this surgery would be carried out, and thus in the US insurance will not cover the very high cost.
It’s a particularly sensitive area to have invasive surgery on, and the recovery will be awkward and painful. Is the high cost and pain really worth it for a fake hymen?
I firmly believe in exploring all options before deciding on a treatment for what may be a common problem such as a loose vagina or lack of pelvic tone.
I also don’t buy into the designer vagina myth, there is no such thing as a perfect vagina, is no part of our bodies sacred from the media brainwashing?
If you are looking to tighten up your vagina and feel as if you are a virgin again, a vaginal tightener is a much less extreme way of going about this. We recommend Intivar as the top vaginal tightening cream because it is an all natural and very effective way to combat common problems like vaginal dryness and lack of tightness.
To summarise, if you think a fake hymen would restore your virginity I am afraid you are mistaken. But there is a way to go about retaining the tightness and elasticity of a virginal vagina, through a vaginal tightener like Intivar.