Hymenoplasty can be performed from simple techniques that include a simple suture of the hymenal vestiges to the use of procedures that can include flaps of the vaginal mucosa. Suturing in three planes is recommended to avoid dehiscence and ensure a hymenal orifice of less than 1cm through which the woman can menstruate until her first sexual intercourse after surgery.
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Hymenoplasty takes between 60-90 minutes depending on whether it is performed with combined procedures or not.
For better results and more comfort, local anesthesia and light sedation is the rule for a hymenoplasty. However, local anesthesia, general anesthesia or pudendal blockage may be chosen.
After the hymenoplasty, the patient can leave the surgical facility the same day after recovery from anesthesia.
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In both procedures, the incorporation to habitual life is after 24-48 hours.
Patients relate high satisfaction and achieved goals with the procedure.