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Hymenoplasty

himenoplastia

This surgical procedure is aimed at women who want to restore their Hymen and regain virginity either for social, psychological, religious, or personal reasons.

He is is a minimally invasive technique in which a few small incisions are made in missing areas of the hymen that afterwards, suturarán between rebuilding the membrane of the vaginal canal, the hymen, closing the entrance of the vaginal canal restoring virginity.

What is Hymenoplasty Surgery?

It is a surgical procedure using a minimally invasive small incisions are made in the hymen torn areas which subsequently, will be stitched together rebuilding canal membrane, the hymen, closing the vaginal canal entrance restoring virginity.

Absorbable sutures are used so that they do not have to leave because the body will reabsorb.

The duration of the surgery is approximately one hour.

This surgery is performed on an outpatient basis and do not require admission. It is performed by a sedation so that discharge will leave the same day.

Who is the ideal candidate to undergo Hymenoplasty?

They are women who either for social, psychological, religious or personal wish and recover restore her hymen virginity.

What will return to normal?

During the first 48h will be somewhat annoying. It is important during the first 48 hours make relative rest and follow all analgesic and anti-inflammatory pattern that will indicate your plastic surgeon form acortarás this postoperative period, and will return as soon as possible to normal.

After a fortnight about allowing sex can fulfill your expectations.

How Hymenoplasty is planned?

During the first visit, you will expose your expectations so honest and open, so that the plastic surgeon show the alternatives available to suit your needs.

It also will explain what type of anesthesia to be used, the need to enter the clinic where the surgery will be performed and the costs of the intervention.

Feel free to ask any question you have doubts, especially those regarding your expectations about the results.

The doctor will give you instructions on how to prepare for surgery, including guidelines to keep on shooting or suppressing medications, vitamins, iron supplements, food, liquid and snuff.

Make sure also that a family member or companion can take you home when you are to be discharged and that if necessary, a few days can help.

What precautions should I take?

In order to limit the risk of bleeding and bruising have to avoid taking in the 7 days before the procedure antiplatelet drugs such as aspirin, dipyridamole, ticlopidine… as well as in the 3 days prior to taking NSAIDs like Ibuprofen antiplatelet effect, Diclofenac, indomethacin, piroxicam, naproxen…
 
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