From Aesthetics to Intimate Health: Dr. Abby Aquino’s Journey in Gynecology S8 EP10

In this enlightening episode, we talk to a young doctor, Abby Aquino, who is currently an aesthetic physician starting to learn more about aesthetic and functional gynecology. She works at Hydra Skin Clinic at BGC.

Dr. Abby shares her experience with a range of gynecological procedures aimed at improving women's health and confidence, from vaginal rejuvenation and PRP treatments to laser therapies and labiaplasty.

Discover how these innovative treatments can address issues such as vaginal dryness, laxity, and even enhance sexual satisfaction.

Dr. Abby also demystifies common misconceptions and highlights the importance of discussing intimate health concerns openly. Tune in to learn more about the latest advancements in gynecological care and how they can positively impact your life.

Episode Highlights:

  • 00:47 - 01:11: Common concerns addressed by aesthetic gynecology, including vaginal laxity and dryness.
  • 02:28 - 03:27: Explanation of PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) treatments for vaginal rejuvenation.
  • 07:35 - 08:17: CO2 fractional laser treatments for vaginal tightening.
  • 09:02 - 09:43: Labiaplasty for aesthetic concerns.
  • 16:25 - 17:15: Growing acceptance and interest in aesthetic gynecological procedures.
  • 21:04 - 22:18: How PRP treatments can enhance sexual satisfaction and improve orgasms.

Key Quotes:

  • Dr. Abby Aquino: "Even those who have concerns with vaginal laxity, for example, younger women who already gave birth, they complain that sometimes it's not as tight as before. So they come to us to have that addressed."
  • Ava: "It's such a small problem, like, it's a bit superficial for some people, but really, the OB-GYN was talking about how she had a patient come in, who was going through a divorce. And a big part of it was because she was experiencing vaginal dryness."
  • Dr. Abby Aquino: "Imagine you have wounds, right? So if you make tiny wounds in the vagina, it will make the body heal itself. So it will stimulate the healing process of the body."
  • Dr. Abby Aquino: "A woman's ability to achieve orgasm also depends on her anatomy. So if her vagina and her urethra are a bit more far apart, it's going to be more difficult for her to achieve vaginal orgasm."


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