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... Your insurance could possibly pay for this procedure if the size of length of your labia causes you pain or discomfort. My insurance company paid for a good portion of it. ... (4 replies)
Labiaplasty advice
Jan 20, 2007
... thick as most women who have the labiaplasty procedure, i still think i look strange. ... (0 replies)
... d problems healing! At that time i was thinking about labiaplasty. Yes it does cause me discomfort...........and i did tell him that. I havent checked with my insurance company yet. Im not able to do this surgery for 1 year anywayz. ... (3 replies)

... i am seriously considering labiaplasty along with other related procedures however i am just shy of 18. i am wondering if anyone knows what steps i have to take before i go through with it. ... (4 replies)
... does insurance cover labiaplasty (0 replies)
... is has become a problem in the sense that it is rubbing against material and sometimes gets very swollen and bright red and very very irritated. Think I may need labiaplasty and also just for cosmetic reasons it bothers me. Has anyone else ever had this problem or this surgery? ... (4 replies)
... and for my condition do you think insurance could pay all of it? ... (0 replies)
... Hey bennyboo ive wanted labiaplasty for about 2 years now and ive been researching all about it. ... (1 replies)
Labiaplasty..
Aug 9, 2008
... Hi there! I had my Labiaplasty on July 31st - not sure what method my plastic surgeon used - he considered me to be more of an extreme case -and put it through insurance. I had the entire labia minor cut down and skin trimmed up the front of my "area" near the clitoris, etc - to help bring the Lab. majora closer together. Anyhow - my stitches have to be removed this monday... (0 replies)
... i had labiaplasty in 2003. sounds like you want it done for the same reasons i did it. ... (4 replies)
... never told anyone about my problem,etc.My first step is to go to the gyno.You can go to a hospital or clinic and make an appiontment.I want to ask the gyno if my insurance could cover the labiaplasty.If she says no then im just going to continue saving and pay for it on my own. ... (10 replies)
... Hey girl just checking on you and wondering how you are doing. I'd also like to hear from anyone else that is labiaplasty post op. ... (10 replies)
Labiaplasty
Jan 30, 2006
... I am disappointed is because I don't really like it. I was kinda hoping there would be a treatment or something. I also kinda thought it might qualify me to have Insurance Covered Labiaplasty. Haha, wishful thinking I know. ... (14 replies)
... I can't believe the insurance company won't give you a percentage of what they will pay. ... (10 replies)
Labiaplasty
Feb 1, 2006
... So anyway I don't know that this doc needs to send these papers with his to my insurance company. I have to wait till they hear from my ins.co. before I schedule the surgery. ... (14 replies)
Labiaplasty
Oct 15, 2010
... see, i drove myself there and back so i didnt need to tell anyone. That is great your insurance paid for yours. I didnt even look into if mine did or not because i am still under my parents insurance so my father would have seen the procedure listed. ... (22 replies)
... r trust any Dr but a plastic surgeon. I think they have more experience on this type of surgery! If a plastic surgeon does any kind of plastic surgery, then no insurance does not cover it! ... (2 replies)
... ter lips. It really bothers me to do exercises like running, or wear tight pants or underwear. I think it's more uncomfortable because only one is longer. Can my insurance cover this procedure because I cant afford it. I really want to fix this because it's so uncomfortable. ... (2 replies)
... Im considering getting this surgery............how can you get insurance to pay? ... (3 replies)
Labiaplasty
Jan 31, 2006
... t least it's way shorter and no longer rubbing on my underwear.It's very acceptable, but I probably won't be posing for Playboy anytime soon, lol. By the way my insurance did pay for it. It was causing discomfort so it becomes medical. Give it a try if you decide to have the surgery. ... (14 replies)




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