Hymenoplasty – The surgical repair of the hymen.

At MAS Gynaecology, we specialise in providing treatment for particularly sensitive issues, including those which patients may feel are relatively embarrassing. Rather than hymenoplasty being a taboo, we make sure that all patients are provided with effective treatment to boost their morale, catering for their specific requirements.

We carry out hymenoplasty at our Gynaecology clinic to reconstruct torn hymen and restore virginity. The procedure is simple; any torn edges are removed painlessly, and the hymen is sewn up to improve the look and feel of the broken membrane.

After speaking to Mr Masood and his team, I was put at ease knowing that his expertise meant that I would be treated with discretion, professionalism and respect during the whole process

Is Hymenoplasty Safe?

Specialising in cosmetic gynaecology, we have developed a wealth of knowledge and expertise for which procedures work best, but is it safe? Hymenoplasty is a relatively safe cosmetic gynaecology procedure that we provide at MAS Gynaecology, providing minimal risks and side effects.

As with any surgical procedures, patients can expect to experience tenderness after treatment, but the procedure itself, carried out by our professional Gynaecologists, is considered to be painless.

What about Hymenoplasty Aftercare?

Hymenoplasty will make a significant improvement to the look and feel of your vagina, however, you’ll need to adjust your lifestyle in order to maintain the best results from hymenoplasty London.

During your hymenoplasty recovery, you may experience bleeding, this is not unusual as it is often one of the side effects of undergoing cosmetic gynaecology surgery- if you have any concerns regarding prolonged bleeding, get in touch with us!

Here at MAS Gynaecology, you can expect to receive the best quality of care, we will even inform you of the precautions after hymenoplasty, ensuring that your treatment provides the best results possible.

Our surgical procedures are all carried out by Mr Mohammad Masood, cosmetic consultant Gynaecologist. He takes a holistic approach to all procedures, providing each patient with his undivided attention.

Going Forward

Undoubtedly, the hymen will take time to heal, approximately 4-6 weeks after hymenoplasty surgery, we suggest rest and relaxation until you recover- so be sure to put your feet up and abstain from any physical activity.

MAS Gynaecology can provide you with any information that you require regarding recovery. 24 hours after treatment you’ll be able to shower- we recommend maintaining high hygienic standards as part of your aftercare!

You’ll need to carefully clean the surgical wound to ensure it heals, preventing the risk of infections.

Many people worry about visiting health specialists for various reasons, but one of the most feared is the gynaecologist. It’s understandable, as the majority of cultures consider showing what we deem our “private parts” to a stranger totally wrong and very exposing – plus, visits to a gynaecologist are usually for reasons connected to major life-affecting factors, be it fertility or the fundamental health of our bodies.

The team at MAS Gynaecology have heard every reason, and we’re here to explain why there’s nothing to fear in a trip to the gynaecologist, and how it’s actually one of the best things you can do for your own health and wellbeing.

I used to be terrified of seeing my gynaecologist – but the team at MAS helped me overcome my fear of the gynaecologist! It feels great to know that I’m safe and healthy

It is vital for your future health

Whether you have questions about your fertility as you plan a pregnancy, you have concerns about your personal health, or you’re just attending for your regular smear, your future may depend on a visit to the gynaecologist. Putting off a visit may delay – or even prevent – successful conception, as specialists will be able to give you valuable advice. In extreme cases, skipping your smear may have very serious results.

You can always change YOUR GYNAECOLOGIST

If the reason you’re worried is because you’ve had problems during a gynaecological exam before, think about what they were. Did your smear test hurt? This should never be the case, aside from the smallest of twinges. Did you feel you’d prefer a doctor with a different attitude? That shouldn’t put you off such an important appointment. If your problem is with your gynaecologist as an individual, you should consider looking around for somewhere new that will better suit your needs and put you at ease.

If there’s something wrong, you need to know

One excuse for failing to visit the gynaecologist – particularly for a smear – is fear of the unknown. If you’re worried about issues such as cervical cancer, it can be very easy to bury your head in the sand and stop thinking about it. However, if there is an abnormality that you don’t know about, catching it too late is a very real risk that will certainly see you regretting skipping that appointment.

You should always be able to feel relaxed and confident about attending your gynaecologist. At MAS Gynaecology, we are committed care, compassion and an extremely high quality of service. If you’re interested in discussing your needs and concerns with a member of our team, simply get in touch using the confidential contact form on our website today, and we’ll be more than happy to help you.