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I was sick of worrying I would get myself wet playing with my kids so I bought a £4k designer vagina, admits Nicola McClean

With her long blonde hair, model body and a picturesque family, Nicola McLean’s life seems enviably glamorous.

However, like a third of British women, Nicola, 40, has been secretly battling incontinence – urinary incontinence.

Nicola McLean secretly battled the apathy that a third of British women experience - urinary incontinence

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Nicola McLean has secretly battled the apathy that a third of British women experience – urinary incontinenceCredit: nicolamclean30 / instagram
Nicola said:'I would love to play with the kids on the trampoline, but I have to tell them I can't because I love it myself' - pictured with her children

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Nicola said: ‘I would love to play with the kids on the trampoline, but I have to tell them I can’t because I like to myself’ – pictured with her childrenCredit: nicolamclean30 / Instagram

The mother of two noticed that she couldn’t jog or run around with her children for fear of being shameful leak.

Suffering in silence, the model decided to cut the knife, have a £4,000 “vaginal surgery” promises to cure her bladder problems – and boost her sex life.

And she’s not the only one.

Vaginal rejuvenation, not offered on the NHS, is the world’s fastest growing cosmetic procedure.

While experts believe this increase is partly due to pornography and women wanting to copy unrealistic bodies for display, many women like Nicola have surgery for health reasons.

“There is no way to live,” she said. After two natural births, things are bound to change.

“I’ve wanted it done for years. It just got worse and worse as I got older so I thought, ‘I need to do something now’.

“Having to worry about getting drenched when I’m about to sneeze – I’m too young to live like this.

“I would love to play with the kids on the trampoline, but I have to tell them I can’t because I like it myself.”

Vaginoplasty, popularized by celebrities, is one of the fastest growing surgical trends around the world.

The procedure involves tightening the vaginal muscles to change the length or width of the vaginal canal and is usually done to increase sexual pleasure or prevent urinary incontinence.

It’s nicknamed the ‘designer vagina’ and costs around £4,000.

Dr Shirin Lakhani, close health expert, said: “This is a rapidly expanding area of ​​treatment that offers solutions to problems that only a few years ago, method-seekers were looking for. Such treatment would not want to talk about.

“I see an upward trend in treatment requests related to this area.

“We are in an era where we don’t have to deal with symptoms that are directly affecting our lives.

“Women shouldn’t be ashamed to say they want greater sexual pleasure – and safe treatment of urinary incontinence can be life-changing.”

But are there any risks?

Dr Lakhani adds: “Any surgical procedure carries risks. Most of these involve anesthesia, bleeding, infection, and scarring.”

One in three women is affected by a weakening of the bladder, while in 2017 vaginal rejuvenation was named the world’s fastest growing cosmetic procedure.

A 2020 US study found that 52% of women chose to have surgery because they didn’t like the way their vaginas looked, while 38% said they were sexually uncomfortable and 37% wanted to improve. their confidence.

Having to worry about getting drenched when I’m about to sneeze – I’m too young to live like this.

Nicola McLean

Old Page 3 girls Nicola, who appeared in 2008’s I’m A Celebrity and 2012’s Celebrity Big Brother, says she wants to break the taboo when it comes to urinary incontinence in young women after childbirth.

It comes after she read about reality TV star Gemma Collins, 40, saying her so-called tailored vagina makes her feel “extremely confident”.

The TV star says her non-surgical treatments have made her downstairs “just like what you see in the movies”.

Nicola said: “The GC talked about it a while ago and I thought, ‘She doesn’t have kids, I need to look into this’.

“Gemma said it was amazing and I thought she was brilliant so that’s where it started.”

Reality star Kim Kardashian, 41, former Wag Danielle Lloyd, 38, and former EastEnders actress Danniella Westbrook, 48, have all tried non-surgery vaginal placement too.

A recent YouGov poll found that three-quarters of people believe that urinary incontinence only affects older women.

But the condition can strike at any age, with mothers often being hardest hit.

Nicola says: “Losing control after having a baby is a problem for a lot of women, but no one wants to talk about it.

“They’re embarrassed to admit it in case people think it means you have a giant vagina or something. It’s not about that.

“My pelvic floor isn’t what it used to be as pressure and I’m taking a risk.

“It must be very lonely for some people in that position and too embarrassing to talk about.”

Although she knew surgery would change her life, Nicola admitted it was not an easy decision.

But the thought of having to wear padded pants in an emergency prompted her to undergo surgery.

Losing control after having a baby is something no one wants to talk about.

Nicola McLean

“Imagine being a glamor model wearing a pair of incontinence pants,” she said. It’s not a pretty look. That’s why I decided to have surgery.

“I thought, ‘Why not enjoy it when I’m young enough’.

“But I was nervous about getting it done. After the last surgery I had to do, which was lipo and breast, I swore that I would never have surgery again. It was exhausting to recover – it took about a year. This is not a cosmetic.

“I know it needs to be done. I would be more worried if it was just to make myself look better. But this is to improve my lifestyle.

“The procedure is painless and the recovery is completely fine.”

She adds: “My pelvic floor function is so much better, it’s like I never had a baby.

“Now I can bounce on the trampoline with my kids again without having to worry about myself.

“Not only can I run up or down stairs without risking an accident, I can run a marathon if I want to. It changed my life. ”

The medicine is said to work immediately, but it takes about six weeks to heal completely.

That means Nicola has put Tom, 41, on a six-week sex ban – with their next night of passion circled in the diary.

“It was like having sex after having a baby,” she said. You fear in case you do any damage.

“Fortunately everything was great. Tom thought I was furious for doing this, but like with all my surgeries, I said, ‘You’ll love it when it’s done’

“But he’s right, I’m completely insane.”

Instead of surgery

LUCY ALLEN, Naytal Women’s Health Team Leader, reveals how to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles without surgery.

PELVIC FLOOR EXERCISES: Your pelvic floor runs from your tailbone to your pubic bone at the front of your pelvis like a hammock and constricts to the front. To do a pelvic floor press, try tightening the back to keep the wind in and lifting it up and toward your bladder. Hold for up to ten seconds, rest for five seconds, and repeat ten times, three times a day.

BIOFEEDBACK BACKUP DEVICE: This is an exercise transducer that connects to an app on your phone so you can see how your pelvic floor is working. This only needs to be used once a day for about 15 minutes. I recommend coach Elvie, £169 or Perifit £109.

FUNCTION TRAINING: Exercise or circuit training is an important tool. Movements like squats, lunges, and bridges all naturally engage the pelvic floor. Combine these exercises with good breath control and you will see improvements. A pelvic health physiotherapist will be able to examine you and create the right program for you and your goals.

Nicola said:'Now I can bounce on the trampoline with my kids again without having to worry about myself'

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Nicola said: ‘Now I can bounce on the trampoline with my kids again without having to worry about myself’Credit: nicolamclean30 / instagram
Nicola, pictured with husband Tom, said:'Imagine being a glamor model wearing incontinence pants. It's not a pretty look. That's why I decided to have surgery'

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Nicola, pictured with husband Tom, said: ‘Imagine being a glamor model wearing incontinence pants. It’s not a pretty look. That’s why I decided to have surgery’Credit: Rex
Nicola says:'Losing control after having a baby is a problem for a lot of women, but no one wants to talk about it'

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Nicola says: ‘Losing control after having a baby is a problem for a lot of women, but no one wants to talk about it’Credit: nicolamclean30 / instagram
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