Hymenoplasty is also called hymen repair or hymen reconstruction. It is also called revirginisation. It is done to recreate or repair the very thin membrane that partly covers the opening of the vagina. It usually breaks during intercourse but it can also break as a result of exercising and strenuous physical activities.
Something as common as inserting a tampon can break the hymen. Most of the women who undergo this treatment do so for religious and cultural reasons. In some societies, a broken hymen is considered to be a sign of promiscuous behavior among women. They are forced to go for hymenoplasty because of stigma attached to a broken hymen.
Cutting-edge surgical techniques are used for hymenoplasty. It is performed on an outpatient basis under local anesthesia or sedation, whatever the surgeon selects. It is a very simple process and takes around 1 or 2 hours. Patients can recommence work the very next day. It is best to go to a certified surgeon and discuss everything in detail for best results.
An introduction to hymenoplasty
It is also known as vaginoplasty. It has gained huge approval in recent years throughout the world among women. New mothers go for it as they think childbirth has altered the look of their vaginas. Now there are no taboos attached to this technique and more and more women are opting for this surgery. They have realized that they can alter the way their labia and surrounding vaginal tissues appear and are undergoing the surgery in order to get their preferred results.
It is different for every patient depending upon what part of genitals they want to be operated upon. Surgery can diminish the length of labia minora, shrink the vagina, change the shape of labia minora, reshape the area above vulva, redesign the outer labia as well as change the external appearance of the vagina.
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