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Woman left with blood clots and unable to move for a week after designer vagina surgery

Daisy Phillipson

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Woman left with blood clots and unable to move for a week after designer vagina surgery

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An OnlyFans star has shared the traumatic process she had to go through after her ‘designer vagina’ surgery left her with blood clots and unable to move for a week. 

Dellie Isla, from London, said she’s happy with the results now, having struggled for years with discomfort and her dislike of the appearance of her previous vagina. 

The 21-year-old decided to research various procedures and surgeons until she landed on a ‘highly reputable clinic’. 

In April, she underwent the £5,000 ‘designer vagina’ surgery, but things took a turn when she returned home. 

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"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,” Dellie told NTK.

"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, as well as fencing me off from the rest of the ward.

Dellie Isla was left in excruciating pain after the surgery. Credit: Jam Press
Dellie Isla was left in excruciating pain after the surgery. Credit: Jam Press

"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.

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

While the recovery was initially traumatic, Dellie’s happy with how it’s turned out, saying it’s helped boost her confidence and improve her sex life.

She continued: "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.

Thankfully the OnlyFans star's boyfriend was on hand to take her to the hospital. Credit: Jam Press
Thankfully the OnlyFans star's boyfriend was on hand to take her to the hospital. Credit: Jam Press

"Since [then], 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."

Dellie added: "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."

Dr Sarah Welsh, a gynaecologist and co-founder of Hanx condom brand, commented on Dellie’s ordeal, saying anyone with vaginal concerns should ‘talk to a health professional’ as ‘surgery is not always the only option’. 

"Vaginal reconstruction or vaginal rejuvenation procedures are normally straightforward operations which take just a few days to recover from,” said Welsh. 

Dellie says she feels more confident now that the wounds have healed. Credit: Jam Press
Dellie says she feels more confident now that the wounds have healed. Credit: Jam Press

"However, this varies, depending on the type of procedure you're having and how extensive it is.

"As with any surgical procedure there are some risks your surgeon will highlight to you, including infection risk, the risk of the anaesthetic, reduction or loss of sensation in the vaginal area, bleeding, and scars.

"The above anecdote is not common, however the risks are possible.

"This is why it is so important to discuss the options in detail with your doctor, and weigh up what is important to you and your quality of life."

Topics: Health, Life, Beauty

Daisy Phillipson
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