Doctors have advised women to detest from designing their vaginas because they do not like its outlook.
According to the UK National Health Service (NHS) numbers, over 200 girls from the ages of nine to 18 have undergone labiaplasty to shorten and reshape the labia minora – the inner folds on both sides of the vaginal opening.
In reaction to this, doctors of the Royal College of Gynaecologists (RCOG) have written a booklet titled So What Is a Vulva Anyway? to make women understand that the “variation [of the vagina] is endless”.
The spokesman for the RCOG, Dr Naomi Crouch said, “there is absolutely no scientific evidence of the practice”.