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MRKH Treatment

The Mayer-Rokitansky-Küster-Hauser (MRKH) syndrome is characterized by congenital absence of the uterus and the upper part (2/3) of the vagina in women showing normal development of secondary sexual characteristics and a normal 46, XX karyotype.

It affects at least 1 out of 4500 women.


MRKH may be isolated (type I) but it is more frequently associated with renal, vertebral, and, to a lesser extent, auditory and cardiac defects (MRKH type II or MURCS association).

The first sign of MRKH syndrome is a no menses since menarche in young women presenting otherwise with normal development of secondary sexual characteristics and normal external genitalia, with normal and functional ovaries, and karyotype 46, XX without visible chromosomal anomaly.

Young women diagnosed with MRKH syndrome suffer from extreme anxiety and very high psychological distress when they are told they have no uterus and vagina. Thus, it is recommended that the patient and family attend counseling before and throughout treatment


I have helped many patients by creating a normal neo vagina laparoscopically.( please refer to laparoscopic vaginoplasty ( davydov ) by Dr G S S Mohapatra on youtube.

Treatment for Absent Vagina

We do it by different methods….we mobilise the peritoneum or the uterine buds after creating a neovagina laparoscopically and then stitch it to line the vagina by peritoneum. We can do it by a davydov’s procedure or by a modified davydov’s procedure.

Treatment for Absent Cervix

We do it by different methods….we mobilise the peritoneum or the uterine buds after creating a neovagina laparoscopically and then stitch it to line the vagina by peritoneum. We can do it by a davydov’s procedure or by a modified davydov’s procedure.

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