FUPA Before And After
FUPA Before And After – Are There Any Big Differences?
If you’re wondering if there would be any significant changes before and after FUPA surgery, that really depends on the patient and the extensiveness of the work that was done on him or her. But if you’re wondering about how your body might look like if you go under the knife, you might want to head over to Google and type in “FUPA before and after”. There you should be able to see FUPA before and after pics in all their knife-induced glory.
But if you are like most people, you are probably wondering what FUPA stands for. It means Fatty Upper Pubic Area. It’s something that most women suffer after giving birth. While some are able to tackle it with abdominal exercise, some need help. If you belong to the latter group of women who need help, you would be glad to know that FUPA surgery or monsplasty is a fairly common procedure who women who are on a mission to get their pre-mom bodies back.
How does it work? First, liposuction is done in the area, thus reducing the mons, or the fatty tissue over the pubic area. Most patients only need liposuction, however, there are those that do require a full monsplasty, which in this case requires surgically removing excess tissue and skin, in addition to the liposuction. Monsplasty is often done with labiaplasty or virginity restoration, but this really just optional and you don’t need to do it if you feel that your vagina is still tight enough for a wonderful sex life.
Do you qualify for monsplasty?
If you’re self-conscious about the shape or size of the mound above your pubic area, or if you are unhappy about your mom bod, then you definitely should consider getting this procedure. Please take note that this procedure is 100% cosmetic and it will have no impact on sexual function. In other words, if you are a man who wants to go under the knife for this procedure, it will not help you if you have erectile dysfunction problems. There’s another doctor that specializes in that.
How much does monsplasty cost? Well, that really depends on the patient, but if you want a ballpark figure, it would be safe to say that it costs thousands of dollars. The specific figures vary and, like we said, it really depends on the patient, whether or not liposuction would be enough, or if a full-blown monsplasty is required.
Aside from paying the surgeon’s fees, you will also need to pay for the anesthesiologist’s fees as well as pay for using the surgical facility. The surgery will only take about an hour unless other procedures are performed in combination with it. After surgery, you will feel a little sore and you might notice some swelling and bruising, however, you can go back to work in a little less than a week after the procedure.
The full effect of the surgery won’t be noticeable until four to six weeks later.