Hymen Reconstruction Istanbul

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Hymen repair or hymen reconstruction is a surgical procedure for repairing the delicate hymen membrane. The term hymenorrhaphy or hymenoplasty is used for surgical restoration of the hymen.

At Centre for Surgery, hymenoplasty and hymen repair is performed by Dr Noah Gümüştekin.  He is a specialist aesthetic gynaecologist and has trained at some of the world’s leading hospitals
in all aspects of gynaecology. Dr  Noah is known for her caring, patient-centred approach, supporting all her patients and she always strives to optimise patient outcomes at stages of the patient journey.

If you are considering this sensitive surgery, you should feel absolutely confident in all aspects of the surgery.  Many women find discussing the nature of this surgery to be difficult. At the Plastic Surgery Clinic we are aware of the sensitive nature of your concerns. This is why we treat all of our hymen repair patients with kindness, consideration and dignity.

Consultations are always free. This is our opportunity to get to know you and your vision. And then share with you our expertise and recommendations based on 30+ years of experience, and thousands of satisfied patients.

Hymen Reconstruction Surgery Considerations

A woman may decide to have hymen reconstruction surgery:

• As part of the healing process after incest or rape

• For religious reasons

• As part of the revirgination process and/or a gift to a spouse

• Prior to marriage if the hymen has ruptured from vigorous exercise, tampon use or previous sexual activity

The procedure takes 30-45 minutes and only uses local anesthesia to numb the area. That means you will be awake during the procedure. If you are uncomfortable with the idea of being awake, ask your provider about general anesthesia. If you choose to be asleep, you will need to have the procedure at a surgical center.

Preparation for Hymen repair

Patients who smoke will be advised to stop for at least 2 weeks before the date of their hymenoplasty procedure. Smoking has detrimental effects on the microcirculation and has been proven to slow the wound healing process. All medications, prescribed and over the counter will be reviewed. Aspirin and aspirin containing medicines should be stopped both before and after surgery. Aspirin and NSAIDS impair the body’s natural clotting process and may cause bleeding complications after surgery. If you require pain relief after surgery, paracetamol is advised.