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Skip navigation! Story from Health. Young girls are increasingly seeking surgery on their vaginas — known as labiaplasty — because of concerns over how they look. In some cases, girls as young as nine are asking for the operation despite having no medical need for it. But more than such girls had the surgery in , with more than of those under 15, according to NHS figures.
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Vaginal foreign bodies are a complaint occasionally encountered in pediatric clinics and emergency departments, and when pediatric patients present with a vaginal foreign body sexual abuse may not be considered. We describe two children with vaginal foreign bodies who were found to have been sexually abused. Each child had a discharge positive for a sexually transmitted infection despite no disclosure or allegation of abuse. We recommend that all pre-pubertal girls who present with a vaginal foreign body should be considered as possible victims of sexual abuse and should receive a sexual abuse history and testing for sexually transmitted infections. Child sexual abuse is a significant problem in the United States.
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Vaginal Foreign Bodies and Child Sexual Abuse: An Important Consideration
By Isabelle Loynes and Anna Hodgekiss. A teenager has spoken of her 'total shock' at being told at the age of 17 she had no vagina. Jacqui Beck, 19, has MRKH, an rare syndrome which affects the reproductive system - meaning she has no womb, cervix or vaginal opening.
Girls as young as 11 are seeking surgery on their vagina to make it look 'like a Barbie', a GP claims. Young girls are expressing disgust at their genitalia, believing it to be the wrong shape or size, which Dr Paquita de Zuluet believes is driven by pornography and social media. She even claims girls exaggerate the physical or emotional distress their vaginas are causing them in order to make themselves eligible for surgery. The procedure is illegal to conduct on girls under 18 unless they have a medical reasons, such as their genitalia causing them emotional or physical distress.