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Procedure for hymen restoration

What is hymenoplasty?

Hymenoplasty is a surgical procedure that reconstructs the hymen, thereby restoring “virginity” and integrity to the patient. This procedure addresses various needs and demands, whether they are personal, cultural-religious, or the result of traumatic experiences.

Who is hymenoplasty intended for?

• Women who, for cultural or personal reasons, wish to restore their hymen.
• Victims of violence seeking psychological relief and restoration.
• Individuals who wish to improve the appearance of the genital region for aesthetic reasons.


How is hymenoplasty performed?

Hymenoplasty is performed under short-term intravenous anesthesia. The surgical technique depends on the existing remnants of the hymen and involves suturing the edges or reconstructing using local flaps from the vaginal wall. The procedure takes 30-60 minutes, with immediate return home.

Recovery after hymenoplasty?

• Rest and avoiding physical exertion in the first days
• Mild pain that is controlled with analgesics
• The possibility of showering with lukewarm water from the second day

Risks after hymenoplasty?

As with any operation, there are risks of an allergic reaction to anesthesia, bleeding and infection, but they are minimized when they are performed in a completely sterile room and when the procedure is performed strictly according to the protocol by an experienced surgeon.


Are the results of Hymenoplasty permanent?

The reconstructed hymen looks natural and is expected to respond functionally during the first sexual intercourse. However, it is not possible to guarantee hymen rupture and bleeding with absolute certainty.

The risks are minimal and include standard surgical risks such as an allergic reaction to anesthesia, bleeding, or infection, but these are minimized by following all sterility protocols and the experience of the surgeon.

Hymenoplasty is performed with the aim of being as discreet as possible, so the scars are minimal or completely invisible. The surgeon uses techniques that minimize the visibility of scars.