The details of the procedure depend on your goals or medical needs and include reconstruction or recreation of the vagina using various surgical techniques.

Who needs vaginoplasty?

Individuals seeking repair of childbirth defects or trauma to improve sexual function may undergo vaginal reconstruction surgery. This procedure aims to restore the function and appearance of the vaginal area, addressing issues such as pelvic organ prolapse or damage from childbirth.

Women who have undergone radiation or excision of the vagina to treat cancer or other conditions may also require vaginal reconstruction. This procedure helps restore the structure and function of the vagina after these treatments.

Additionally, women born with congenital abnormalities affecting the development of the vagina may require vaginal reconstruction to correct the structural issues and improve their quality of life.

Vaginoplasty Procedure

What happens during vaginoplasty performed for women with childbirth injuries?

When vaginoplasty is performed to repair injuries after childbirth, the procedure typically involves:

Removing excess or stretched skin from the vaginal area.

Using sutures to tighten and secure the loose tissues within the vagina, restoring its tone and firmness.

Reducing the size of the vaginal opening, if necessary, to improve tightness and sensation.

In cases of vaginoplasty to repair congenital defects or abnormalities, the procedure may include:

  • Creating a functional vagina, either by constructing a new vaginal canal or reconstructing an underdeveloped one.
  • Removing any excess tissue or abnormal structures that may be present.
  • Addressing issues related to menstruation, such as preventing blood pooling or creating a more natural menstrual flow.


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