Successful laparoscopic sacro-colpopexy with a mesh for sigmoid
neovaginal prolapse: Case report and Discussion
For women with congenital vaginal agenesis and sexual needs, creating a
functioning neovagina is a practical therapeutic schedule. Colpopoiesis
using the sigmoid intestine were more reported in the literatures.
Though the incidence of neovaginal prolapse (NP) is relatively low
(3-8%), it does bring great inconvenience to patients, and expose
gynecologists to tough challenges. Hereon, we report a case of NP 10
years after sigmoid colon vaginoplasty that was successfully repaired by
laparoscopic sacro-colpopexy with a mesh, hoping to provide meaningful
evidence for this rare situation.