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Hymenoplasty 101: What You Need To Know


In the last few years, an increasing number of women have been seeking hymenoplasty (or sometimes known as HymenoVaginoplasty)

Hymenoplasty is the surgical reconstruction of the hymen.

During the procedure, the hymen is reconstructed so as to tear or bleed again on the woman’s wedding night.

Did you know that many cultures still consider the hymen an important factor in a newly wed bride as it signifies virginity?

The hymen is still considered a symbol of virginity in some cultures and religion. As such, the woman’s future literary hangs by the membrane. Due to such cultural and religious pressure, a lot of women seek out the procedure to avoid punishment for having a torn hymen.

This procedure has been known to prevent a damaged reputation and harm to a woman in such a culture.

Did you know that in ancient times, the hymen was used to an ensuring paternity of children?

The hymen would assure the groom that any children born henceforth would be his since the bride had no prior sexual experiences. The hymen would determine a family’s honor. If a woman was found not to bleed during the wedding night, she would be considered a disgrace and this would be considered grounds for divorce.

The hymen tears due to other reasons other than sexual intercourse?

A woman’s hymen can tear due to playing a port, vigorous exercise or when inserting a tampon.

Did you know that you can have your hymen very easily repaired with little risk of side effects?

The procedure is not invasive as the hymen is located one to two centimeters inside the vagina and not deep inside the vagina. The procedure takes thirty to forty minutes.

You will be advised on how to take care after the procedure to ensure there are no infections.

Currently there are no statistics on the number of women who perform HymenoVaginoplasty?

This is because it is a private procedure that takes about 30 minutes. It is performed privately and you do not need permission from parents or any other person.

Fact: Some women are born without a hymen?

The fact that a woman does not bleed during first sexual intercourse does not mean that she had sex prior. Some women are born without a hymen. Women born without a hymen can still benefit from hymenoplasty as it is a safe procedure that takes about thirty minutes.

Having a hymen or lacking a hymen does not affect your overall general or sexual health?

There are no health risks associated with having or lacking a hymen. Some women undergo hymenoplasty as part of the healing process after rape or sexual abuse as a way of restoring something that was taken from them

Other women who undergo hymenoplasty simply want to give their partners a unique gift!

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