Vaginal surgery (vaginoplasty)
OPERATIONSModern minimally invasive treatment of prolapse – lateral hysteropexy using the Dubuisson’s method. Stress urinary incontinence Tubal dropsy Vaginal surgery (vaginoplasty) Lowering of the reproductive system Infertility Uterine myoma Labia hypertrophy Ovarian cysts and ovarian tumors Endometriosis
Vaginal surgery, or vaginoplasty, is the correction of vaginal width and correction of crotch defects. Most often, women who have had a cyst or stretch of the vagina and perineum as a result of childbirth decide for it to be performed. The purpose of vaginal surgery is to improve the quality of sexual life. Vaginoplasty allows the woman to feel more pleasure from sex. In addition, a too wide entrance to the vagina is conducive to such ailments as excessive discharge and inflammation.
Genital changes are caused by excessive stretching of the vaginal muscles and damage to the pelvic floor muscles, which in turn contributes to crotch lowering, vulval vestibule and vaginal entry enlargement. Genital changes are caused by excessive stretching of the vaginal muscles and damage to the pelvic floor muscles, which in turn contributes to crotch lowering, vulval vestibule and vaginal entry enlargement. Plastic surgery is about improving vaginal muscular tone. Due to the fact that as many as 90 percent of women who give birth naturally suffer minor or major vaginal injuries and have an episiotomy, this is a procedure gaining popularity.
Thanks to vaginoplasty, a woman even after a few births has a chance to have pleasant sex. It is important that a gynecologist performs vaginoplasty because he or she has the knowledge and the proper preparation to perform such procedures. Having a vaginal surgery is not a contraindication to another pregnancy.
Vaginal contraction is a gynecological operation. The stages of this operation include: vaginal constriction by removing excess rear vaginal wall, repair of pelvic floor muscle defects and Bulbospongiosus as well as plastic surgery of the crotch. The operation is performed by a gynecologist dealing with aesthetic gynecology on an operating table in a gynecological position.
Before surgery, the doctor draws precise lines of planned surgical incisions in such a way as to determine the size of the necessary amount of tissue parts needed to be removed. Thanks to the procedure, vaginal tightening, improving pelvic floor muscle tone and raising the crotch, i.e. the distance between the vaginal vestibule and the anus is obtained. A significant part of the operation is adequate restoration of pelvic floor muscles and removal of excess vaginal mucosa. A small seam is created on the external part. Usually, the procedure is performed under spinal or general anesthesia. The external wound on the skin heals for about 7-10 days. The patient returns to complete motor activity after a few days, and to sexual activity after 6-8 weeks.
The time in which the patient is mobile after surgery depends on the anesthesia used. Usually, the patient is mobile about 2-4 hours after surgery. After the procedure, the patient may drink fluids, and after the occurrence of intestinal peristalsis, and eat easily digestible foods. The patient is sent home the next day after surgery. Because the pain after surgery is very small, only common analgesics are to be used. After surgery, it is possible to return to daily activities, and to full activity after about 4-6 weeks.