What does simple vaginoplasty consist of?
Simple or penile inversion vaginoplasty involves using skin from the back of the penis and scrotum to cover the new vaginal cavity between the rectum and the prostate. This technique consists of several steps. In the first one, we use a part of the impeller of the glans of the penis to do the new clitoris. For this, we pediculate it conserving nerves and vessels to form the clitoris. Then, we release the urethra from the corpora cavernosa, and we use it to make the female urethra, that by being smaller than the male one, the excess part can be used to make the interlabial mucosa for the labia minora. Then we create the tunnel between the prostate and the rectum for the new vagina and finally, and once the corpora cavernosa have been removed, we rebuild everything to form the vulva. With the skin of the back of the penis and part of the skin of the scrotum we cover the tunnel we have made between the prostate and the rectum for the new vagina. With the skin of the back of the penis we also form the foreskin of the clitoris and with the rest of the scrotum we form the labia majora.