DailyCaller, January 16, 2023, Sarah Weaver

A majority of patients who had vaginoplasties presented several health concerns in visits after the operation, according to a study put out by the Women’s College Hospital (WCH).

The study was conducted on a sample of 80 patients between the ages of 19 and 73 who had received “penile inversion vaginoplasty” at surgical centers in Canada. The patients had all presented themselves for postoperative care at the clinic between three months and five years after their surgery. 

Most patients, at 61.3%, presented themselves for postoperative care with two or more symptoms. Such symptoms included pain, accounting for 53.8% of visits, surgical site/vaginal bleeding accounting for 42.5% of visits, and sexual function concerns accounting for 33.8% of visits. The most commonly reported side effects were hypergranulation, urinary dysfunction, wound healing issues.

Read the full article at: https://dailycaller.com/2023/01/16/patients-vaginoplasty-suffer-surgical-site-bleeding-later-study/