This page tells you everything you need to know about vaginal aplasia and the different ways it can be treated.
Vaginal aplasia is the term used to describe the incomplete formation of the vagina, as a result of various syndromes, such as the Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser syndrome, androgen insensitivity syndrome, Swyer syndrome or Turner syndrome
There are several different ways of treating vaginal aplasia. Thanks to the development of new techniques and instruments, the treatment of choice at the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Tübingen University Hospital is a minimally invasive method of extension via keyhole surgery on the abdomen.
This successful method has been in use in Tübingen for several years now.
Our names and addresses are also given on this website.
We will be pleased to offer you advice and will make very effort to answer all your questions.
The best thing is to ring Dr Sara Brucker on +49 7071/2982211, who is the Manager of the Neovagina Clinic
This is where you can talk to other women affected and get advice >>
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