No surgery is free of complications (the only surgeon who does not get a complication is one who has stopped operating!). The Charing Cross series is continually audited, and the incidence of significant complications is shown below. There is not sufficient space to outline the management strategy for each individual complication on this site, but Mr. Bellringer is happy to discuss these with any patient.

Rectal fistula (leak from back passage into new vagina) <0.5%
Loss of clitoris 2%
Meatal stenosis (narrowing of urethral opening post op causing difficulty passing urine) 3.5%
Return to theatre <0.5%
Blood transfusion for bleeding 2%