No. We have fat cells all over our body. However, the body only stores and (in the case of weight loss) burns fat from certain places. The first place it does this is the liver and then the abdomen (in men). Unless you’ve lost almost all of your body fat, weight loss is unlikely to affect the outcome of the increase in your circumference.
A labiaplasty is an operation to reduce the size of the labia minora, the flaps of skin on either side of the vaginal opening. … Some women want to have labiaplasty because they don’t like the look of their lips. But it’s perfectly normal to have visible skin folds around the opening of your vagina.