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Reconstructive surgery of the clitoris is part of the care offered during a process of care of women victims of MSF. It consists in reconstituting a clitoral neogland after removal of the vulvar excisional scar and recovery of the remaining clitoris. Studies that have monitoring the implementation of this surgery show that it improves the well-being of the patients, brings benefits anatomically, sexual health, personal development, and in the long term decreases chronic pain. Currently the standard method used in the usual care of the patient is: general anesthesia with an intravenous analgesic protocol then oral without anesthesia regional loco The pudendal block that the investigators want to evaluate in this research, is a technique that has made proven in several types of surgery, associated with very few complications and easily reproducible.


Clinical Trial Description

Reconstructive surgery of the clitoris is part of the care offered during a process of care of women victims of MSF. It consists in reconstituting a clitoral neogland after removal of the vulvar excisional scar and recovery of the remaining clitoris. Studies that have monitoring the implementation of this surgery show that it improves the well-being of the patients, brings benefits anatomically, sexual health, personal development, and in the long term decreases chronic pain. Currently the standard method used in the usual care of the patient is: general anesthesia with an intravenous analgesic protocol then oral without anesthesia regional loco The pudendal block that the investigators want to evaluate in this research, is a technique that has made proven in several types of surgery, associated with very few complications and easily reproducible. The human clitoris is the most sensitive organ in the human body, with over 8000 endings nervous. All these endings come from the pudendal nerve, itself most often of nerve roots S3. The main hypothesis is that a bilateral anesthetic block of this nerve would reduce postoperative pain in clitoral surgery ;


Study Design


NCT number NCT05058248
Study type Interventional
Source Raincy Montfermeil Hospital Group
Contact Mathieux CAMBY, MD
Phone +33149203040
Email [email protected]
Status Not yet recruiting
Phase N/A
Start date October 2021
Completion date December 2022