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Vaginoplasty is a surgical procedure that transforms the male genitalia into female genitalia. This procedure involves the removal of the penis and the creation of a neovagina, which is a reconstructed vaginal canal.
At our hospital, we offer this procedure to help transgender women feel more comfortable in their bodies. After the surgery, patients will typically spend several days in the hospital to recover. They will be given pain medication and will need to avoid strenuous activity for several weeks. Patients will also need to dilate their new vagina several times a day for several weeks to prevent scar tissue from forming and to help the new tissue to heal properly.
Our team of highly skilled and experienced surgeons, nurses, and other medical professionals provide safe and effective vaginoplasty procedures in a supportive and caring environment. If you are considering vaginoplasty, we encourage you to schedule a consultation to learn more about the procedure and to determine if it is right for you.
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Frequently Asked Questions:
How long does it take to recover from vaginoplasty?
Recovery time varies from patient to patient, but most patients can expect to stay in the hospital for several days after the surgery. Patients will need to avoid strenuous activity for several weeks and will need to dilate their new vagina several times a day for several weeks to prevent scar tissue from forming.
What are the risks and complications of vaginoplasty?
As with any surgery, there are potential risks and complications associated with vaginoplasty. These can include bleeding, infection, blood clots, damage to surrounding organs or tissues, and anesthesia complications. It is important to discuss the potential risks and complications with your surgeon before deciding to undergo the procedure.
Will I be able to have sexual intercourse after vaginoplasty?
Yes, most patients can have sexual intercourse after vaginoplasty. However, it may take several weeks or months for the vagina to fully heal and for sexual activity to become comfortable.