The mons pubis is the most prominent part of the exterior of the vagina. The mon pubis is the area of skin and fat padding, covered with hair follicles at the front of the vagina.
Women seek corrective surgery when the Mons Pubis causes a dragging sensation, feeling of a bulge, irritation and self-consciousness when wearing tight clothing or uncomfortable sweating in the region.
The procedure is conducted under a general anaesthetic and patients are required to remain in hospital overnight. The surgeon with perform an incision based upon the shape, size and treatment required to correct excess skin, bulge in region. The surgeon applies a pressure dressing to the treatment area, reducing the bleeding and bruising.
Following the procedure patients will be unable to resume daily duties for a minimum of seven days, this includes driving. Patients may feel discomfort, which can be managed by pain medication. Swelling, bruising and tenderness may also be experienced throughout the recovery, however this will gradually decrease.
The results of the procedure can be completely appreciated by the patient ten weeks following the procedure.