Treatment for vaginal agenesis can be successful. Many women find that they have full sexual function and satisfaction after treatment. Often, their partners are unable to tell that they have been treated for vaginal agenesis.
Success of treatment often depends on the commitment of the patient, however. For example, self-dilation – a non-surgical method involving plastic vaginal dilators – must be done once or twice a day for many months. If a young woman does not adhere to this schedule, she might have difficulty creating a vagina. Or, it might take her more time to create one.