04.12.2022

OnlyFans model, says she had three blood clots after ‘designer vagina’ surgery

An OnlyFans model has claimed she was left with three blood clots and was unable to move for a week after spending £5,000 on ‘designer vagina’ surgery – but says she’s now having the ‘best sex’ of her life.

Dellie Isla, 21, a social media influencer from London, had struggled for years with her vagina due to constant discomfort and an overall dislike for its appearance.

In a bid to resolve the issue, she decided to undergo ‘designer vagina’ surgery in April 2022. The labiaplasty procedure, which cost £5,000, reduces the size of the labia minora – the flaps of skin either side of the vaginal opening.

However, once the operation was complete, Dellie suddenly fell extremely ill and was rushed to hospital, where she had three emergency surgeries after developing three different blood clots.

While the recovery was initially traumatic, she’s now very happy with the overall look and says it’s made her feel more confident within herself, as well as improving her sex life.

An OnlyFans model (pictured) has claimed she was left with three blood clots and was unable to move for a week after spending £5,000 on ‘designer vagina’ surgery – but says she’s now having the ‘best sex’ of her life

Dellie Isla (pictured), 21, a social media influencer from London, had struggled for years with her vagina due to constant discomfort and an overall dislike for its appearance

In a bid to resolve the issue, Dellie (pictured in hospital) decided to undergo ‘designer vagina’ surgery in April 2022. The labiaplasty procedure, which cost £5,000, reduces the size of the labia minora – the flaps of skin either side of the vaginal opening

However, once the operation was complete, Dellie (pictured with her fiancé) suddenly fell extremely ill and was rushed to hospital, where she had three emergency surgeries after developing three different blood clots

Dellie recalled: ‘I went home an hour after the procedure was completed and within two hours, I was in excruciating pain, which is not normal for this kind of surgery.

‘My fiancé ended up having to call an ambulance, which resulted in me being taken to hospital and spending ten days in an emergency ward.

‘I had to have three follow up emergency surgeries, due to developing three different blood clots and the pain was absolutely unbearable. I was put onto morphine and the hospital put a surgeon on stand-by solely for me.

‘The doctor explained that I was in an incredibly bad state and I don’t remember certain details of being in hospital due to the amount of medications they had put me on.

While the recovery was initially traumatic, she’s now very happy with the overall look and says it’s made her feel more confident within herself, as well as improving her sex life

Dellie recalled: ‘I went home an hour after the procedure was completed and within two hours, I was in excruciating pain, which is not normal for this kind of surgery.’

Yet while the recovery was initially traumatic, the OnlyFans model (pictured) is now very happy with the overall look and says it’s improved her sex life

She said: ‘It took about eight weeks to return to my normal sex life, but I would say it’s now even better than it was before I got the surgery.’

‘I was unable to move almost completely for at least seven out of the ten days I was in the ward.’

What is labiaplasty?

Labiaplasty is surgery to reduce the size of the labia minora – the flaps of skin either side of the vaginal opening.

It involves cutting away unwanted tissue with a scalpel of laser in procedure that takes about one to two hours.

Some women have labiaplasty because they do not like the look of their labia.

However the NHS advises that it’s completely normal to have noticeable skin folds around the opening of your vagina.

As in most cases this does not cause any problems labiaplasty is rarely available on the NHs.

Women considering labiaplasty are urged to speak to their GP first who may encourage them to speak to a counsellor or psychologist before undergoing surgery.

In the UK, a labiaplasty costs about £2,000 to £4,000, though the cost can vary depending on the extent of the procedure.

Labiaplasty is generally only offered in exceptional circumstances, such as to remove cancerous tissue in cases of vulval cancer.

Yet while the recovery was initially traumatic, the OnlyFans model is now very happy with the overall look and says it’s improved her sex life.

She said: ‘It took about eight weeks to return to my normal sex life, but I would say it’s now even better than it was before I got the surgery.

‘Of course, after the initial surgery and healing process, you can’t have any form of intercourse as it would both be incredibly painful and disrupt healing.

‘Since, the healing has gone really well and I’m very happy with the overall look. It’s definitely made me feel more confident about myself, as clothing is more comfortable and it’s far better than I found it pre-op.’

Wanting to share her experience, she decided to upload a video to TikTok documenting the aftermath of the procedure – racking up 37,000 views and over 2,000 likes.

In the clip, which shows Dellie in hospital, a piece of text over the video reads: ‘I research my plastic surgeon for two years. I have my consultation and book my surgery date.

‘I have the surgery done and go home an hour later. I’m rushed to hospital with blood clots and have multiple surgeries to fix it.’

Users flocked to the comments to wish her a speedy recovery – however, a few didn’t agree with the model’s decision.

‘Bruh why you even changing your body? How is that self love? Like you hate yourself or something?,’ one viewer commented.

Dellie said: ‘Blood clots can be a common side effect of many surgeries, however we are unsure whether I was simply unlucky or whether this was a result of an error.

‘I should note, the clinic which I went to is highly reputable and I did my research into where I was getting the procedure done.’

Wanting to share her experience, she decided to upload a video to TikTok documenting the aftermath of the procedure – racking up 37,000 views and over 2,000 likes

Dellie (pictured) said: ‘Blood clots can be a common side effect of many surgeries, however we are unsure whether I was simply unlucky or whether this was a result of an error’

EXCLUSIVE: ‘Designer vagina’ surgeries DOUBLE in a year because ultra-tight sports leggings have become so popular, plastic surgeon claims

BY CONNOR BOYD DEPUTY HEALTH EDITOR FOR MAILONLINE AND JOHN ELY SENIOR HEALTH REPORTER FOR MAILONLINE

The number of women seeking ‘designer vaginas’ has doubled in recent years due to the rising popularity of sports leggings, a top plastic surgeon claims.

Labiaplasties involve reducing the size of the labia minora — the flaps of skin either side of the vaginal opening — and cost up to £4,000.

Dr John Skevofilax, chief surgeon at Juvenis Clinic, said he performed around 50 of the procedures in 2021.

But a surge in demand in the last year meant he had already surpassed that number by the first half of 2022.

Dr Skevofilax told MailOnline women were increasingly seeking labiaplasty because tight clothing like leggings are uncomfortable and ‘draws attention to the labia’.

‘Exercise clothing is a little bit tighter and it’s formfitting so it does put pressure on the area,’ he said.

‘They experience pain, discomfort in general, chafing, a lot of women actually will feel so uncomfortable that they avoid trying to wear this type of clothing.

‘It’s all really interlinked, choosing a pair of leggings which causes discomfort and which in turn draws attention to the labia and the need for surgery.’

Leggings are thought to have become trendy in the 1970s thanks to some of the decade’s biggest celebrities like Debbie Harry and the late Olivia Newton-John.

But in recent years they have been replaced by skin-tight sports leggings that have coincided with the rise in gym culture.

Sometimes referred to as ‘athleisure’ — a mix between gym and casual wear — the style has been popularised by reality TV stars the Kardashians.

Dr Skevofilax said that 80 per cent of women seeking labiaplasty were now looking to fix discomfort while wearing tight clothing rather than for aesthetic reasons.

Designer vaginas were previously thought to have been fuelled by unrealistic body images in pornography.

But Dr Skevofilax said this was ‘dangerous and misleading’ as it fostered a sense of shame for women seeking help for pain they experience going about their lives.

‘Women should be able to wear whatever they want to wear,’ he said.

‘If they choose tight clothing, for instance yoga pants because they are following a specific fashion trend or just because it’s simply more fitting for this type of exercise, they should be able to do so without anxiety and «a bite of the lip» of what’s to come.

‘In fact, I have never had a patient say: «I want my vagina to look like such and such a porn star».’

Dr Skevofilax, a cosmetic surgeon with 15 years experience, instead attributed a rise in labiaplasty to women being more open about their experiences with pain from wearing tight clothing and the solutions.

Where women do want labiaplasty for aesthetic reasons Dr Skevofilax said he had a long chat during the consultation to ensure the treatment was right for them.

‘By doing this we can make sure people are making the right decisions for themselves,’ he said.

Labiaplasty involves using a scalpel or laser to reduce the size of the labia minora – the flaps of skin found either side of the vaginal opening.

The procedure can be done with either general anaesthetic or a local anaesthetic and can take between one to two hours.

Labiaplasty generally costs between £2,000 to £4,000 at a private clinic, though the total price tag can depend on the extent of the work being done.

As this is considered a cosmetic procedure it’s only available on the NHS in rare circumstances. These include removing cancerous tissue if a woman has vulval cancer.

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