Vagina is a 7-10 cm long tube-shaped organ located between external genital organs and the cervix. Because it functions as the birth canal during birth, along with its sexual function, it is often deformed and loosened after multiple births. This may lead to a decrease in sexual pleasure for both the patient and their partner. Vaginoplasty tightens the vagina and corrects the deformity.

Who Is A Candidate For Vaginoplasty?

Vaginoplasty is a vaginal reconstruction or enlargement surgery.

The most common candidate for vaginoplasty is a woman who has lost her vagina due to injury or other conditions that have caused the tissues in the vagina to be stretched, torn, cut or removed.

Vaginoplasty candidates should:

  • Be at least 18 years old with an active lifestyle
  • Be in good mental and physical health
  • Have strong pelvic floor muscles (Kegel exercises are an excellent way to strengthen the pelvic floor)
  • Be flexible about their postoperative care.

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How Is The Procedure Performed?

Surgery can be performed under local anaesthesia with sedation applied by anaesthetists. Excess mucous tissue at the back or side walls of the vagina is removed and repaired accordingly, therefore tightening is achieved.

Post Operative Care Of Vaginoplasty

Patients are often discharged within the same day. You can have a shower the following day. Swimming is allowed from the second week onwards. The operation does not leave any scar. Sexual abstinence is recommended for a month.