The gynecologist will physically examine the patient to make sure the patient is fit for the surgery.
The operation is performed under general or local anesthesia according to the choice of patients. Patients are placed in the lithotomy position. Hymenoplasty is performed first by uniting the torn remnants of the hymen. A transverse incision is then made in the vestibular mucosa posterior to the vaginal wall. The posterior vaginal wall is raised as a flap and superficial muscles are reefed and the posterior vaginal’s mucosa is tightened by creating rugae. Then, through an incision in the vestibular mucosa, the bulbospongiosus muscles are dissected on either side and reefing is performed. The rugae are created on the vaginal mucosa. Your doctor holds the tissue and goes stitching from the superior end to the interior end. Many vertical and crosswise rugae are created through this technique until the vagina is tight. Some ointment is applied and no dressing is given. Post-operation, patients are advised to always keep the area clean and apply the ointment regularly.