After you deliver your first baby, you’re likely to experience vaginal tearing. Likewise, if delivery takes too long, your baby is overweight, you have a narrow birth canal, or experience uncontrolled pushing, you can tear your perineum. Perineoplasties correct that.


Perineoplasties aim to enhance the appearance your perineum, as well as ease and even completely relieve pain experienced during sexual intercourse by tightening your perineum up if it looks loose.

Questions & Concerns

How long does the surgery take?

Roughly 30 to 45 minutes.


General anesthesia or local anesthesia?

Either one – depending on your own medical condition and preference.


How long does recovery take?

Roughly 3 days.


Will I experience any pain and/or bleeding afterwards?

You won’t feel any pain during or after surgery thanks to the help of a good pain control. If you take good care of yourself, you shouldn’t suffer from any bleeding either.

Will my partner notice that I’ve had surgery?


No. As soon as you’ve healed, any scarring will be virtually invisible.


When can I go back to work?

2 to 3 days after the procedure.


When can I begin traveling again?

Three days after the procedure – this includes air travel.