Rokitansky syndrome is characterized by the absence of the vagina and other genital malformations. Although there is primary amenorrhea (absence of menstruation), women who suffer, have functioning ovaries and external appearance of their genitals completely normal. This malformation is also known as aplasia or dysplasia of the Mullerian ducts or Mayer-Rokitansky-Kuster-Hauser.
Surgery to treat Rokitansky syndrome is colovaginoplastia, and consists in the creation of a neovagina, from a segment of the intestine, allowing the patient to have sex normally.
It is important to note that this is the goal of this intervention, and in no case to be able to bear children or getting your period. The best in complex cases like this, is to ask your surgeon all your questions and concerns and be clear about what will be the results.