This type of surgery, sometimes called vaginal rejuvenation surgery, refers to a manifold set of treatments including vaginoplasty and/or vulvaplasty and labiaplasty. A labiaplasty gone wrong could be the result of medical negligence.

Labiaplasty, Vaginoplasty & Vaginal Reconstruction Surgery are three types of procedure that sometimes aim to correct pre-existing medical conditions, such as a genital prolapse, or to improve aesthetic appearance and improve self-confidence, for example after child birth or significant weight loss.

The field of vaginal reconstruction is highly complex and only plastic surgeons who specialise in this type of procedure should perform labiaplasty surgery. There are a number of possible complications and risks, some signs of which may indicate that your treatment has been negligent, which can lead to a vaginal surgery compensation claim.

These include:

  • Injury to the bladder causing incontinence
  • Loss of sensation during sexual intercourse
  • Pain during sexual intercourse
  • Poor aesthetic outcome
  • Need for additional rehabilitative procedures
  • Infection
  • Blood clots

In some cases patients suffer from long lasting painful conditions due to the poor surgical technique employed or a poor level of post-operative care.

Do you believe your labiaplasty surgery has gone wrong?

It is vital to get appropriate care and treatment if you believe your vaginal reconstruction surgery has gone wrong. The treating surgeon will always owe you a duty of care when carrying out an invasive procedure like a vaginal reconstruction operation or labiaplasty.

Our team is comprised of healthcare professionals with over 25 years’ experience. We will work with you and guide you through each step of your vaginal surgery compensation claim from the start. To prove your case we will instruct experts in the particular medical field to give their opinion on whether your care has been negligent. We will fund the cost of these experts ourselves. In the majority of cases, we offer a No Win No Fee arrangement at a competitive rate. This means that if we don’t win your case you pay nothing.

Frequently asked questions

What should I do if I think negligence has occurred?

The best thing to do is get expert advice on whether you have a claim. We will be happy to have a confidential conversation about what you believe has gone wrong and whether there are grounds for a claim.

If we believe your claim has merit, we will request your authority to obtain your medical and surgical records to be reviewed by our team of healthcare professionals. We will then need to establish whether there has been negligence that has caused the injury you have suffered. We will instruct an expert to provide a medical report and then submit such allegations of negligence in a letter of claim to the defendant.