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  • Consult your doctor for information about vaginoplasty or sex reassignment surgery.
  • The surgeon can clarify a number of things at the first consultation:
  1. Which preparations are necessary for the operation?
  2. Which vaginoplasty techniques are available? Which one will the doctor use?
  3. Which complications may occur?
  4. Which aftercare can I receive?
  5. When may I be sexually active again?
  • After the operation, strict vaginal hygiene is necessary in order to prevent infection. It is therefore necessary to follow your doctor's advice.
  • Afterwards, follow these vaginal hygiene recommendations. Click here.
  • After the operation, during the first six months, dilating the vagina is recommended (always use a lubricant). Once you have resumed sexual contacts, this is no longer necessary. Although this may differ from one person to another.
  • Lubricant use for vaginal sex may vary, depending on whether your vagina is dry or moist.
  • Silicone based lubricants are recommended for vaginal sex.
  • If you suffer from irritation, pain during sex, permanent unusual secretion, vaginal pains or blood loss, please contact your doctor for a gynaecological examination.   
  • Unlike biological women, it is not necessary to have regular smear tests.