About Hymenoplasty /Virginity restoration
Hymenoplasty is a surgical process of tightening the outer edges of the vagina by reconstructing the hymen tissue. Since the hymen is present along the vaginal entrance, hymenoplasty is often sought as a part of treating vaginal damage caused during accidental falls, heavy weightlifting, and other scenarios wherein the hymen’s structural stability has been compromised. Hymenoplasty is reputed to be largely safe with negligible risks. However, the surgical procedure does present some complications and potential risks.
Hymenoplasty is a surgical procedure that involves restoring to normal a torn hymen for cultural, religious or social reasons.
The hymen is a ring-like skin membrane that sits in the lower 1/3 of the vagina. It marks the spot that the vulvovaginal bulbs fuse with the Mullerian ducts from above then hollow out to form the vagina. Most often there is a 5 or 6 pointed star opening in the hymen after maturity. With first intercourse or by accident from falling or tampons, 2 or 3 areas tear in the hymen. Most often there is bleeding at the time of tearing.
The hymenoplasty procedure (to reconstruction the hymen), is after using local anesthetic
for tissue dissection and to stop small blood vessels from bleeding, the areas which were torn are “denuded” meaning the upper layer of tissue is removed. This is so that they will grow back together when they are approximated with stitches. Then after they are denuded, the edges are brought back together to reform the star-shaped “ring” as it was prior to relations, accident etc. It is made small enough, so that when first sexual relations occur later on, it will “tear” again, there will be some pain, and there will be bleeding.
Most surgeons only perform hymenoplasty or hymen repair (To reconstruct the hymen surgery) at the request of someone who needs the surgery for ethnic, cultural, or religious reasons. Also, most surgeons will not perform hymenoplasty surgery in a woman who has given birth.
Hymenoplasty generally takes about one to two hours, with patients able to return to work the next day. Restoration of the hymen is done on an outpatient basis, under local anesthesia or sedation. Prior to surgery, patients are required to have a pre-surgical consultation and thorough gynecological examination. During this time, she should communicate her needs and expectations to the doctor, and in turn, will learn
Vaginal physiological state significantly affects a woman’s physiological state. Structure reconstruction of the vagina may well bring back the younger feel, and contribute the sexual life and self-esteem improvement a woman is looking for.
Some surgeons perform procedures involving laser surgery, where others use methods such as radio surgical techniques or scalpel techniques.
Vaginoplasty is a procedure that aims to “tighten up” a vagina that’s become slack or loose from vaginal childbirth or aging. Some surgeons claim it can even improve sensitivity. Vaginal tissues can stretch, surgically tightening the vaginal tissue in itself cannot guarantee a heightened sexual response, since desire, arousal, and orgasm are complex, highly personal responses, conditioned as much by emotional, spiritual, and interpersonal factors as aesthetic ones. In addition, sexual “sensitivity” doesn’t automatically lead to more pleasure.
The hymen, the thin tissue at the entrance to the vagina, normally “breaks” the first time a woman has intercourse. A surgery called a hymenoplasty repair the hymen to mimic its original, virginal state before a woman was sexually active. Because of the strong religious convictions surrounding the importance of virginity in some cultures, this is among the most controversial of cosmetic vaginal surgeries
Vaginal rejuvenation falls into that category with promises of tightening the vagina, stopping incontinence, eliminating vaginal dryness, and more. The term vaginal rejuvenation covers several different procedures. It is sometimes called female genital plastic surgery, female genital rejuvenation surgery, female genital cosmetic surgery, vulvovaginal plastic surgery and designer vagina surgery, among other terms.
The majority of women are seeking vaginal rejuvenation for cosmetic reasons. As with any cosmetic surgery, it is important for the patient to consider why they want the surgery before moving forward with it. Improving self-confidence usually plays a large part in the decision
IS IT A SAFE PROCEDURE?
Since the hymen is present along the vaginal entrance, hymenoplasty is often sought as a part of treating vaginal damage caused during accidental falls, heavy weightlifting, and other scenarios wherein the hymen’s structural stability has been compromised. Hymenoplasty is reputed to be largely safe with negligible risks. However, the surgical procedure does present some complications and potential risks.
The hymenal ring normally gets disrupted after a woman has had sexual intercourse or even after strenuous physical activity or tampon use. Sometimes, for cultural or other personal reasons (for example, an upcoming marriage), a woman would like to restore her hymenal ring and experience vaginal bleeding and pain with her “first” sexual intercourse. With that, a hymenoplasty or hymen repair surgery may be performed to provide the desired results.
How the service is done:
Hymen repair is a delicate procedure which involves reapproximation of the torn edges, stitching them with fine dissolvable sutures. It is performed under local anesthetic with sedation. The sutures will allow for the ruptured hymen to heal in continuity restoring its original integrity.
Potential Risks and Complications of Hymenoplasty
Hymenoplasty is a surgical process of tightening the outer edges of the vagina by reconstructing the hymen tissue.
Though the procedure is undemanding in terms of the medical expertise required to reconstruct the hymen, a slightly demanding recovery period is indicated for some people. This usually happens among women where the hymen is naturally positioned in such a manner that it is compressed to a greater degree by the surrounding vaginal tissue. This can make the post-operative period a bit painful.
Though some amount of discomfort in walking and sitting is indicated for all women undergoing hymenoplasty, such patients are susceptible to some degree of bruising and severe swelling. Again, this is more likely to happen among women wherein the inner skin tends to rub hard against the vaginal skin upon walking.
Taking some basic, over-the-counter medications is the only solution for such problems since they aren’t considered very serious. Most surgeons agree that greater bed rest and allowing natural healing to take its due course is the wisest option to solve such problems.