It is a surgical technique whose objective is to achieve a good depth using a peritoneal flap to cover the new vagina.
It will be the surgeon, together with his medical team who will decide the most appropriate technique for each particular patient, analyzing their physical and social characteristics. However, the patient will have all the information to be able to take part in the final decision on the technique to choose.
This is a surgical technique that is applied in some cases instead of a colovaginoplasty, i.e. a good depth is obtained but avoiding some possible risks. It can also be a first option for a person operated for phimosis, who does not have enough skin on the penis to form the vaginal cavity.
Or as corrective surgery for a previous vaginoplasty where insufficient depth has been achieved.
A flap of the anterior parietal peritoneum is used to form a tube inside the abdominal cavity, joining it with the vaginal sac fundus, thus forming the neovagina with a depth of 15 to 20 cm.
It is an intervention that is always approached laparoscopically, thus avoiding scars, pain and complications associated with open surgery. On the other hand, it also allows us to increase safety by assessing any space in the abdominal cavity by means of the laparoscopic camera.
This technique also avoids excessive mucous secretions and bad odor that occurs in some cases after colovaginoplasty.
The patient is able to have completely normal and pleasurable sexual relations.
Type of anesthesia
Type of surgery
Surgical procedure and hospital admission
Vaginal dilators kit
Flexible vaginoscopy evaluation
Blood analysis evaluation