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Improve and Repair a Damaged Hymen
Welcome to Aesthetica. We understand the importance of having an intact hymen particularly when approaching marriage.
A Hymenoplasty is a procedure that repairs a broken, torn, or damaged hymen. Our empathic and personalized care ensures your comfort and peace of mind throughout the process.
We understand the significance of hymen reconstruction:
We are sympathetic to the cultural and traditional importance of being a virgin on your wedding night. Our experienced and dedicated staff is here to support you every step of the way, prioritizing your privacy and addressing your concerns with the utmost respect and sensitivity.
Experience personalized consultations:
We offer free consultations to provide you with all the necessary information about hymen repair surgery. During a personal consultation, you can explore your options and discuss any questions or concerns you may have. Our all-inclusive pricing covers surgical costs, medication, and all necessary follow-up aftercare, ensuring transparency and eliminating hidden costs.
Can a hymen be repaired?
Yes, hymen repair surgery, or hymenoplasty, is a permanent procedure that aims to restore your hymen. However, it’s important to note that the hymen can naturally break with intercourse, exercise, or certain activities like horse riding or jet skiing. To protect your hymen during the healing process, it is advised to be cautious before marriage.
We offer free consultations to ensure you have all the necessary information about hymen repair surgery. During a personal consultation, you can explore your options and discuss any questions or concerns you may have. Our all-inclusive pricing covers surgical costs, medication, and all necessary follow-up appointments, providing transparency and eliminating hidden costs.
For detailed pricing information, please contact Julie via email, phone, or text 0419886619.
Hymen repair surgery
Repairing your broken hymen or hymen restoration will take about an hour.
However, there may be some discomfort or minor pain for a day or so after your procedure. Bed rest for a day is recommended.
There may be a little bleeding, which will be slight, for approximately 6 hours.
We understand how important this day is to you. Often, as you could be doing this on your own want to support you all the way.
Our skilled surgeons and nurses closely monitor your recovery through post-operative check-ups and phone calls. They are available at any time to address your concerns. Following the recovery period, which includes rest and aftercare, you can usually return to work after just one day. Strenuous exercise should be avoided during this time.
Our patient care, Julie Plumley, is an integral part of our team, providing you with exceptional pre and post-operative care. Julie has been supporting our patients for over 15 years and understands the emotional and cultural significance of hymen repair. She will offer you the support and information you need throughout your journey.
Once your hymen repair surgery has been completed and healed you can resume normal activities. Although you must be aware your hymen can also break or stretch from certain activities.
On your wedding night or your first sexual intercourse after your procedure, you could experience pain and bleeding as the hymen is torn or stretched.
As with any surgical procedure, hymen repair involves certain risks and complications, although they are rare. During your consultation, we will discuss these risks with you in detail.
The main potential risk, but not limited to, may include infection, although it is highly unlikely, and excess bleeding, which is very rare.
At Aesthetica, we are committed to your overall well-being. We provide comprehensive care not only during your procedure and aftercare but also throughout your healing process and beyond. We understand that each individual has their own reasons for considering a hymen repair procedure, and we are here to support you in achieving your desired outcome
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It is important to understand that any surgical, medical procedure or proven non-surgical treatment carries risks.
Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.