Transgender Woman Undergoes Surgery For New Fish Skin Vagina
After her vagina began to shrink and close up following a botched surgery, one transgender woman got an entirely new chocha … and it’s made out of Tilapia FISH SKIN.
“The highly complex procedure, called neovaginoplasty, used a tubular-shaped acrylic mold wrapped with the skin of the freshwater fish in the form of a biological prosthesis to rebuild and extend the vaginal canal in a three-hour operation on April 23,” the NYPost reports.
Apparently, it’s odor-free and just as resilient as human skin and she will even be able to have sex. Doctors add that it is disease resistant and the patient is able to urinate through it. Her new fish skin vagina includes an acrylic mold wrapped with the skin of the tilapia to rebuild and extend her vaginal canal.
“We were able create a vagina of physiological length, both in thickness and by enlarging it and the patient has recovered extremely well. She is walking around with ease, has no pain and is urinating normally. In a couple months we believe she will be able to have sexual intercourse,” Professor Leonardo Bezerra reportedly said.
The patient who’s been identified only as “Meg” is apparently very pleased with the procedure and we’re happy for her—Buss Down Tilapiana!
Get the details of the surgery here.
We’re wishing their patient the best of luck!