Vaginal Stenosis is the condition in which the vagina becomes shorter and narrower. While this in and of itself is not life-threatening, it can cause painful sex and discomfort during pelvic exams. The procedure includes making an incision at the posterior fourchette, removing a small amount of skin from the perineal body, making incisions into the STP muscles to relax the vaginal outlet, and pulling and attaching the posterior vaginal mucosa over the perineal body to create a larger opening. The vaginal outlet is opened sufficiently to allow pain-free sexual intercourse.
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