Archive for April, 2010
Shabnam writes, “I am considering a hymenoplasty procedure. When should this operation be done before the expected date of sexual intercourse? How many days, or months before? What kind of hymen repair surgery is more successful in getting blood out after making love on wedding night? Permanent flap technique or temporary stitching or another one? Please help.”
Healing time for hymenoplasty
The normal healing time is about 6-8 weeks for the permanent flap technique. However, if you do not have to prove your virginity for a long time like several months or years, then, it is better to wait and have it 2-3 months before the event. That way you can make sure that the hymen does not get damaged due to other activities like sports.
If you choose to have temporary stitching then it needs to be done just a few days ahead for you to prove that you are a virgin during lovemaking.
Permanent flap technique is better
The best results come from the permanent flap technique because the surgeon will create a totally new hymen. It is obviously more complicated and expensive than temporary stitching so you need to decide which one fits your situation — if you are going to have a medical test for virginity this is the only alternative. This also produces better result as far as blood is concerned but in temporary stitching also the surgeon will insert something that will make it appear as if a lot of blood has come out. This may be ideal if you are merely going to fool your husband about your virginity.