Itchy mons pubis And why it happened


Itchy mons pubis..I have always been a slightly bigger-than-average woman. I was aware of it when I was a kid and I secretly longed to be like the rest of the girls in my class: they were petit and gracious whereas I was quite concerned about what I looked like as a whole.

My very specific problem was my tummy so I didn’t analyse my body beyond that, I didn’t even think about my mons pubis. ‘Luckily’ someone made me aware of how fat, big and ugly it was. It was essential to hide it.

itchy mons pubis

itchy mons pubis

Going to the beach was a great deal. I had my swimsuits either made or chosen with a fringe to conceal my ‘big’ mons. I was not allowed to lie down on the sand without bending one or both of my legs.

It was not proper. My mons was large. I do remember well the first time I just lied down (not so long ago)… It gave me a sour-sweet taste: I was not decent but what was wrong with it? It turned out to be delightful. No body looked at it!!! It was absolutely normal!

I became a happy teenager who had to be on a diet once a year. One of those diets was the preparation for a mons liposuction. The only thing that prevented me from it was the cost. If I had the money, I would have gone through it.

Many years passed. Now I’m a grown-up and I have reconsidered all this. I can say that I did not have a problem with my mons pubis. Someone else did and made me think it was my problem when, in reality, it was hers. She was successful because I felt ashamed of it for years.

Oddly enough, none of my partners complained about it. My mons was loved and pampered and I was encouraged to love it as it is. It was so good to have compliments and warm words. They reminded me that every woman is beautiful as are their mons. I will never cover it again. I am determined to love me.

Are you self-conscious about fat in your pubic area? Cosmetic surgery on genitalia has become more common. Surgical removal of the fatty tissue of the mons pubis is one such procedure. It is most often requested by women, but some men also have the procedure.


The mons pubis, also known as the pubic area or mons, is the fatty tissue located above the pubic bone. The fat in this area can reach a size that makes some women self-conscious and uncomfortable while wearing tight-fitting clothing such as leggings, skinny jeans, swimsuits, underwear, and tight dresses. This can be successfully corrected with surgery.


A tendency to have more fat in this area can be something you are born with, also known as congenital. Some people can be of normal weight, or even underweight, and have a prominent mons pubis due to a genetic disposition for targeted fat collection in this area.

A larger mons pubis can also come with weight gain. It is rare to find an obese woman or man who does not store excess fat in the pubic area. The skin in the pubic area can also become lax and begin to sag.


If you have had surgery to flatten your abdomen, such as an abdominoplasty (tummy tuck) or liposuction, you may begin to notice your pubic fat even though there has been no physical change to the pubic area. Flattening the abdomen can make the pubic area appear to stick out more.

The pubic area may temporarily appear larger after liposuction because gravity pulls swelling downward from the abdomen toward the mons pubis.

In most cases, cosmetic surgery on the abdomen ends up revealing the fatty tissue of the mons that was already there but ignored by the person’s focus on their stomach size. It’s good to consider the pubic area as well when you are thinking of a tummy tuck.

Cosmetic Surgery

Liposuction of the mons pubis is a straightforward procedure that can be done under local anesthesia to achieve dramatic results, especially if the skin has good elasticity. However, for people with loose skin, liposuction of the mons pubis can appear to make the already-loose skin in the pubic area even looser. This is due to the deflation effect that occurs when the fat is removed.

In these circumstances, liposuction is not enough. A procedure that is known as a monsplasty, or a pubic lift, is the best option. In a monsplasty, both extra skin and excess fat are surgically removed, reducing the bulge and giving the area a lift as well.

A monsplasty involves an incision and subsequent scar similar to that of a C-section. A pubic lift or monsplasty can also be done in those whose pubic area has been stretched out due to pregnancy or from aging changes.

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