Hymenoplasty is a surgical solution for women who may like their hymen to be restored or reconstructed. Their motives are complex and may be physical or psychological, for seeking this treatment.
Hymenoplasty also has known as Hymenorrhaphy, Hymenorrhaphy can be considered by women who want to restore the original structure of their hymen, the thin membrane covering the vaginal opening. Typically, the hymen splits during sexual intercourse, also known as a virgin’s veil. However, other causes, such as injury, sports, physical activity, masturbation, tampon use, or sickness, may also lacerate it. Some women’s hymens, on the other hand, are more elastic, so that even penetration itself does not cause tearing. Thus, during sexual intercourse, a lacerated hymen and lack of bleeding do not necessarily mean that a woman is not a virgin.
The most common reasons for females experiencing hymenorrhaphy are below:
Hymen repair is a simple procedure that requires the excision of the broken edges before fine dissolvable sutures are stitched. It is mostly performed with sedation under local anaesthetic, but may also be performed with a general anaesthetic.
Not especially invasive is this surgery. The hymen has a secondary layer that will be sown to cover the skin that is broken. The hymen would appear intact as it grafts together once more. Or, if this is not possible for any reason, a new hymen may be formed from the lip of the vagina.
Usually, hymenoplasty is a simple out-patient procedure that can be conducted under local anaesthesia in the clinic. Any broken skin is gently and neatly cut away around the edges of the hymen, after which the remaining tissue is stitched together, leaving a slight gap. This restores a natural size and shape to the hymenal ring.
Using either thin vaginal skin (vaginal mucosa) of the body or synthetic tissue, the surgeon may create one if there is insufficient skin to restore the hymen, or if there is no hymen. A small supply of blood can be inserted, either artificial or taken from a piece of the vaginal flap by the patient himself, thereby simulating the typical bleeding after subsequent penetration.
Depending on the amount of repair required, the surgery can be expected to take anywhere from one to two hours. While this is a clinical procedure with no hospital stay needed, and women can return to work the next day, it is important to avoid strenuous exercise and heavy lifting. There may be some minor bleeding within the first 48 to 72 hours, but this is perfectly normal.
It takes approximately six weeks to fully recover. No obvious signs of surgery will be present and the difference between a normal hymen and a repaired one will be difficult to say. The rebuilding process will be complete at this point and all the feelings associated with virginal, first-time sex can be experienced.
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An imperforate hymen, although an uncommon disorder, is one of a woman’s genital tract’s most common malformations. Symptoms may be unpleasant, but with few, if any complications, creating an opening for the hymen usually offers complete relief.