Hymenoplasty Regain of Virginity Surgery
Hymenorrhaphy or hymenoplasty or hymen reconstruction surgery may be the surgical restoration of the hymen. The term comes from the Greek words hymen indicating membrane and raphe indicating suture. It can also be known as hymenoplasty, though strictly this term would also include hymenotomy. It is typically done as an everyday surgery. The standard intention would be to cause bleeding throughout postnatal intercourse, which is known as evidence of virginity in a few cultures.
The term might cover at the very least four considerably various kinds of procedure:
- Suturing of a tear in the hymen, for instance, may be brought on by sexual assault soon after the invasion to help heal.
- A strictly cosmetic procedure where a membrane without blood supply is established, sometimes including a gelatine capsule of a synthetic blood like substance. That operation is designed to be done within a few days before a supposed marriage.
- Utilization of a flap of the vaginal lining, total having its blood supply, to produce a new hymen. Patients are suggested to avoid penetrative sex for approximately three months subsequent to this procedure.
- The term hymen reconstruction has already been applied to describe some kinds of infibulation, requesting more surgery before penetration is possible.