Avoid using scented soaps for cleaning genital areas
Keep the area free from infection
Wear loose clothes to prevent rubbing
Use sanitary towels
The female has to maintain proper hygiene and wear loose fitting clothes after the surgery
Avoid using irritants or scented sprays or washes around the vaginal area
Pain-free Hymenoplasty from Pristyn Care in Meerut
There are many women who decide to get the hymenoplasty by their own will to become a virgin again. The hymenoplasty surgery is a completely safe procedure with no risks or long term side effects. However, some patients may have minor complications post surgery. The complications may vary from patient to patient. Some women may want to regain their virginity. Get a safe and risk-free hymenoplasty surgery at Pristyn Care.
We assure complete privacy. Being a sensitive and personal matter, we assure that the personal or medical information of the patient, surgery or other details will remain confidential. Get an appointment with the gynecologist if you are considering undergoing this procedure!
How to prepare for hymenoplasty?
Choose the right doctor: While hymenoplasty can be done by both- gynecologists and plastic surgeons, an OB-GYN with experience in cosmetic gyne surgeries is the safest choice. Carry age-proof: As an eligibility criteria, you are required to be at least 18+ years of age before undergoing hymenoplasty. This is why we suggest you carry your age proof along. Know your rights: You do not need approval from your partner/ parent in case of hymenoplasty or any cosmetic surgeries. Your own written consent is enough. (Provided, you are above 18 years of age. )
However, we encourage you to discuss your needs, and expectations thoroughly. This would help you make a better and informed decision.
Discuss your current health and medications: We suggest you thoroughly discuss your health, current medications and supplements (if any) with your doctor. You might be required to stop taking some medications before the procedure, else they risk interfering with the healing. Keep a track: Keep a detailed track of your period cycle and go prepared on your last 3-4 menstrual dates and days of periods. This would help you plan the right time for the treatment. The best time to plan hymenoplasty is 2 days after your last period cycle.
What are the risks of hymenoplasty procedure?
When performed under safe medical conditions and by trained gynecologists, hymenoplasty is a typically safe and minimum risk surgery. However, as with any surgery, hymenoplasty too comes with a few risks of complications.
Pelvic/ vaginal infection
Please note that these complications are extremely rare and commonly treatable with minimally invasive surgery.
What should I ask my doctor before undergoing hymenoplasty?
Some questions you should consider asking your doctor before hymenoplasty surgery are:
What are your qualifications and specialized experience in cosmetic gynecology?
Are there any risks/ complications associated with hymenoplasty surgery?
Does hymenoplasty affect my ability for childbirth?
Are there any guidelines I should follow to prepare for a hymenoplasty procedure?
How long would the recovery take?
When can I resume my sex life after hymenoplasty surgery?
How should I take care after the hymenoplasty procedure?
When can I resume office after hymenoplasty surgery?
What are the different payment options you have?
What kind of aftercare is required following a hymenoplasty procedure?
After your procedure, your doctor may recommend a few hours of monitoring. If there are no issues, you will be discharged within 2-3 hours and you will be able to return to work within 2-4 days.
Some post-care tips that may help you are:
As you clean your vaginal area, do not wipe. Only gently pat dry.
Keep the area clean and free of moisture.
If you experience any itching or swelling as you heal, we suggest you use warm compresses and ice packs to relieve the discomfort.
Avoid head shower or extended baths for at least 2–3 days after.
You must not have sex for at least 8 weeks after the procedure.
As you bleed/ menstruate, use only soft sanitary pads. Do not use tampons/ anything penetrative in nature.
Do not eat anything too spicy. It could trigger irritation and inflammation in your gastrointestinal pipe.
Drink a lot of water. Keep yourself hydrated. It would help you heal.
Eat meals with high fiber content. It will help make your bowel movements easier.