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Good evening, I am Dr Elliot and hope that I can be of help
So in short, yes, it is possible weight loss could lead to this, and therefore you would expect 6-12 months following the weight loss there would be some natural improvement
At that point I think this would be the final outcome. A gynaecologist may then be able to advise on certain creams you could use to help, and there is a surgery for this. However this would be deemed cosmetic and therefore unlikely be covered by the NHS
Congratulations, tha'ts great. There are no exercises as this is purely soft tissue and no muscle to be toned within the labia
You will only gain benefits for weight loss - assuming you are sensible about it
I hope that helps. Is there anything else you would like to ask?
Yes, in theory, it depends on our fat disposition, but the labia would be one of the last areas to lose weight. If you do general cardiovascular activity this will help, targeted exercises will help lose weight in those particular areas. But unfortunately you cannot target the labia