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Any woman who has ever ridden a bike for more than ten minutes knows that cycling can be uncomfortable AF. A growing number of ladies are not satisfied with how the bike seat treats their vag, and are turning to vaginal surgery to be able ride in comfort. Angelica Kavouni, a surgeon in England, spoke to the Daily Mail about the rise in "saddle surgery."

Angelica Kavouni, saddle surgeon.
Angelica Kavouni, saddle surgeon.

She claims to see as many as nine women a week interested in having some labial tissue snipped off to reduce chafing. The procedure takes an hour to perform and is done under general or local anaesthetic. It takes about two weeks for the bleeding and swelling to calm down, then another two to four weeks before a labiaplasty patient can jump on the saddle again.