top of page
Vaginal Reconstruction Surgical

Vaginal Reconstruction[srugical]

   Vaginal reconstruction, also known as vaginoplasty, is a surgical procedure that is designed to rebuild or reconstruct the vagina. The procedure may be recommended for women who have experienced vaginal trauma, such as after childbirth, or for those who have congenital abnormalities or cancer.

   During the procedure, the surgeon will create incisions in the vaginal tissue and then use these incisions to rebuild the vaginal canal. The surgeon may also use tissue grafts or flaps from other parts of the body to create a more functional and aesthetically pleasing result.

   The surgery is typically performed under general anesthesia and can take several hours to complete. Recovery time varies, but most patients can expect to spend several days in the hospital and several weeks to months recovering at home.

  While vaginal reconstruction is generally considered safe, there is a risk of complications such as bleeding, infection, or scarring. Additionally, there may be some loss of sensation or function in the vaginal area after the procedure. As such, it's important to discuss the potential risks and benefits with a qualified healthcare provider before deciding to undergo the treatment.

bottom of page