Choose a safe and successful hymen repair surgery
Hymenoplasty is a pain-free procedure that is performed under the influence of anesthesia. During the procedure, the gynecologist will reconstruct the hymen by stitching back the torn remnants of the hymen with the use of self-dissolving sutures. The female might have a little discomfort following the procedure and to resolve that, the gynecologist will prescribe medications to manage pain and assist in a speedy recovery. Return to daily activities and office routine is possible the following day after hymenoplasty. Sexual intercourse should be avoided for 6 weeks until complete recovery.
Hymenoplasty is a safe and successful procedure but needs to be performed under expert supervision. When performed by an unskilled surgeon, risks of inoperative and postoperative complications are higher. That is why, choosing the best and highly experienced gynaecologist for hymenoplasty is essential to get maximum benefits and best results.
We follow the highest standards of care and safety when it comes to treating our patients. All our patients are provided confidential consultations before the surgical procedure. Our doctors perform hymenoplasty using leading-edge surgical methods. Our hymenoplasty doctors are recognised and experienced cosmetic gynecologists and have been performing hymen repair surgeries for many years. You can consult our expert gynecologists by booking your consultation with us.
What are the side effects of hymenoplasty surgery?
Although side effects and complications after the hymen reconstruction or hymenoplasty surgery are rare, possible risks or side effects after hymen repair surgery can be-
- Postoperative bleeding due to improper procedure or other complications with the sutures, which in rare cases may require hospitalization or blood transfusion.
- Due to bad hygiene after hymenoplasty or negligence during the procedure, infections may occur. Infections may require treatments with antibiotics but in rare cases, surgery may be required to treat severe infection.
- Hymenoplasty is a scarless surgery but rarely, due to poorly performed procedure, objectionable scarring may occur and scar may be left behind.
- In rare cases, due to negligence by the surgeon during the procedure, severe complications such as deep venous thrombosis, pulmonary embolism and fat embolism may occur. If left untreated, such complications may be fatal.
If you notice or experience any abnormal signs such as unusual vaginal discharge, itching, irritation, redness, after hymenoplasty, speak to your gynecologist right away who will suggest to you what to do. Make your appointment with our best gynecologists in your city for the best hymen repair surgery.
Recovery after hymen reconstruction or hymen repair surgery
Hymen repair surgery or hymenoplasty is not a complicated procedure and takes less than 30 minutes to complete. Your recovery after hymenoplasty will be painfree and swift. Some females may experience light spotting and discomfort for the first 48 – 72 hours. The gynecologist will prescribe you medications to manage pain and discomfort and put you at ease. Most females feel comfortable returning to work and office routine 1 -2 days after hymenoplasty.
Abstain from sex for about 6 weeks until complete recovery after hymenoplasty. Sexual activity can aggravate discomfort, pain and soreness So you should refrain from any sexual activities for about 6 weeks. Avoid using tampons as it can damage the reconstructed hymen which is still recovering. Do not wear underwears or thongs for at least 1-2 weeks after rhinoplasty as they can irritate the skin, causing redness or other minor side effects.
If you have any concerns, worries or notice any signs of complications, it is best to notify your gynaecologist.
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