Vaginoplasty is a standard gynecologic surgical procedure that aims to "tighten up" a vagina that's become slack or loose from experience enlargement due to stressful expansion during the delivery or aging or outcomes to fix functional problems, such as urinary incontinence result can often be loose, weak, vaginal muscles. Even after exercise (Kegal), the condition of the vaginal muscles may not improve. The women will often describe vaginal looseness as a decrease in a woman’s ability to attain vaginal orgasms. The result is an immediate decrease in the size of vaginal muscles, resulting in more friction during sexual experiences.
1. ANTERIOR & POSTERIOR VAGINAL REPAIR (A-P Vaginal Repair) - remove of the excessive anterior and posterior vaginal tissues as well as bladder and rectum prolapse, thereby correcting the prolapse, at the same time tightening the vagina.
2. VAGINOPLASTY POSTERIOR VAGINAL REPAIR (P-Repair) - remove of the excessive posterior vaginal tissues as well as rectum prolapse, thereby correcting the prolapse, at the same time tightening.
- Women who have multiple or prolonged deliveries or have experienced using of forceps or other assisted methods of delivery.
- Women who have vaginal flatulance.
- A history of constipation and straining with bowel movements.
- Urinary incontinence.
Length of surgery
The procedure is performed in operating room for approximately 1-2 hour under general anaesthesia and foley catheter may be inserted to avoid the retention of urine in the first two days after the procedure. When the tension is relieved, the catheter will be removed.
- You may take a shower after the catheter is removed and doctor will checked your urinating after removing foley catheter.
- Avoid using water after urinating, preferable using sanitary wipes to clean the area. Water may be used after defecating and should towel dry the area gently.
- Avoid swimming in the pool and sexual intercourse for 6-8 weeks.
- Women can go back to work in 1 week.