Vaginal & Uterine Septum Corrective Surgery
Congenital Vaginal Abnormalities usually are undiagnosed till later in life and mostly uncommon in nature and the majority of cases involve the development of a septum that separates an anatomical cavity. The tissue separating your nasal cavity into two nostrils is one example of a septum. Most commonly recognized via MRI imaging.
Types of Vaginal septum:
Transverse septum:(a complete or incomplete division of Uterine cavity to top & bottom halves, extremely rare) Symptoms usually appear at puberty and may result in retrograde menstruation, endometriosis and present with:
- Pelvic & Back pain
- Difficulty with intercourse
- Urinary symptoms
- Abdominal swelling
Longitudinal Septums: Double vertical duplication and in instances with two cervices & vagina.Usually present with:
- Abnormal uterine bleeding
- Pain with intercourse
- Premature birth
- preterm labor
- Intrauterine growth retardation(IUGR)
Surgical correction with septoplasty depending on findings might be the recommended procedure and we specialize in these operations.