Vaginoplasty is a vaginal reconstruction or repair treatment. It is used to treat a variety of medical conditions, including vaginal damage from childbirth and difficulties from pelvic floor disease. It's also used to make a transgender vagina, which aids people in achieving their desired gender identification.
During the first month after a vaginoplasty, you should anticipate having follow-up appointments with your surgeon once or twice a week. In these visits, your surgeon will assess the progress of your surgery and keep an eye on any potential issues (e.g., wound infection or dehiscence).
One to two weeks post procedure, hormone therapy (oestrogen) will be resumed. Pelvic floor therapy will begin four to six weeks after surgery. After surgery, this form of therapy can help reduce vaginal pain and stress. It will also aid in the development of your pelvic muscles.