• Vaginoplasty


    The vagina is a structure made of muscle and connective tissue. Conditions such as advancing age, childbirth, genetics and pregnancy can cause the vagina to enlarge. Especially in difficult deliveries, prolonged labor and the baby not descending to the roof, tears in the muscle and connective tissue may occur and the risk of vaginal enlargement

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  • Caesarean Section

    Caesarean Section

    Caesarean section is preferred according to the wishes of the expectant mother and when the physician deems it medically appropriate. It is especially preferred in cases where normal delivery carries risks for mother and baby. Examples of these risks include breech presentation of the baby in the uterine canal, placental obstruction of the cervix, large

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  • Uterine Prolapse

    Uterine Prolapse

    WHAT IS UTERINE PROLAPSE? The uterus, one of the reproductive organs, is an organ with limited mobility. So it is not fixed. Thanks to the pelvic muscles and connective tissues, it is positioned by hanging in the region. If these muscles and tissues weaken, the uterus cannot get enough support and slides downwards. This condition

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  • Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

    Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

    WHAT IS POLYCYSTIC OVARY? Polycystic ovary syndrome is an ovulation problem that can be seen in one in every 10 women. This syndrome is a hormonal disorder that negatively affects fertility and predisposes to many diseases. In a normal ovary, an egg suitable for fertilization develops during menstruation, but in most patients with polycystic ovary

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  • Placenta Accreata-Previa

    Placenta Accreata-Previa

    Abnormal placental attachment is the most important known birth risk. When the placenta is located in the cervix, it is called placenta previa. Placenta accreta occurs when the placenta adheres abnormally to the uterine wall and has difficulty detaching. These two conditions can also occur together. The consequences are very dangerous bleeding. WHAT CAUSES PLACENTA

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  • O Spot Magnification

    O Spot Magnification

    Point O is the area in and around the vagina that determines pleasure during sexual intercourse. These areas are rich in capillaries and nerve cells. These areas may wear out over time. In this case, people can apply for O point augmentation. For the O point augmentation procedure, the patient’s blood is first taken and

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  • Menopause Treatment

    Menopause Treatment

    WHAT IS MENOPAUSE? It is the end of the menstrual cycle that occurs every month as a result of the loss of function of the ovaries in women. This menopause, which is part of aging, indicates the end of the reproductive period in women. Menopause occurs naturally and unnaturally. Natural menopause is a condition brought

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  • Labiaplasty


    Labiaplasty is a genital aesthetic operation performed by women who are dissatisfied with the genital lips being larger, saggy, dark or wrinkled than desired. The aim of the operation is to reduce the patient’s vagina in accordance with surgical principles and to provide a symmetrical and beautiful appearance. Also known as inner lip aesthetics. Large,

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  • Hymen Examination

    Hymen Examination

    The Latin name of the hymen, which is accepted as a symbol of virginity in societies, is “hymen”. In fact, although there is no obligation such as bleeding in the first intercourse, in parallel with the changes in society, it has caused psychological trauma in our young girls in recent years, causing domestic violence, honor

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  • Hymen Suture

    Hymen Suture

    WHAT IS THE HYMEN? The structure of the hymen is part of the body. In some women it can be flexible and sensitive, while in others it may not be there at all. Its function is to protect the baby from internal diseases that can be transmitted through the urinary tract, uterus or vagina. The

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