No, as @SolaGratia so properly stated above, no mention is made of an alteration of the flesh of Adam. God's plan in verse 26 was no secret--no debacle--no failed attempt to "get it right. God, who "made" the plan in verse 26, began carying it out by using the very distinct process of *"creating" man and naming them, "Adam", according to Gen 1:27, KJV:
So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them. (My emphasis)
The word, "created" is used only three times in the creation narrative, 1) on day-one at a time that there was no heaven and earth; 2) on day-five--life at a time when there was no living creature on earth; 3)on day six at a time that there were no complex spirits that were both in God's image and after His complex likeness.
This creative act made no mention of a flesh, bone, and blood physical man. How could it have been any other way? Did God have a physical flesh, blood, and bone physical body at that time? Of course not. God is Spirit. Therefore, that is what God created. God's spirit is a single plurality of facets, faces, paniym (H6440), presences, or persons. Therefore, that is what God created--in "our "imageand after "our" likeness. Yet the plan was also to have "them" inhabit" the earth. Accordingly, Isaiah 43:1 declares:
But now thus saith the LORD that created thee, O Jacob, and he that formed thee, O Israel, Fear not: for I have redeemed thee, I have called thee by thy name; thou art mine.
And Isaiah 43:7, also:
Even every one that is called by my name: for I have "created" him for my glory, I have 'formed" him; yea, I have "made" him.
And, among many other such illustrations, Isaiah 45:15 further explains:
For thus saith the LORD that created the heavens; God himself that formed the earth and made it; he hath established it, he created it not in vain, he formed it to be inhabited: I am the LORD; and there is none else. (My emphasis)
The "heaven and the earth" (a joint object of the preposition, created) was created on day-one (without form, and void--vanity--invisible--like gaseous matter), but later "made" and "formed" on distinctly different days following that creation project. Why did He physically alter that day-one invisible vain matter? Because He created it in faith, not in vain, as He declared above by the prophet, and as the Hebrew Fathers very much understood--even in the first century, according to Hebrews 11:3:
Through faith we understand that the worlds were framed by the word of God, so that things which are seen were not made of things which do appear.
The LORD does not have a stammering problem. If He says that he created and made it in the same sentence, or that he also formed it, He means exactly what He says. He did all those things.
**How important is the difference between "created", "made", and "formed"?
Created (Strongs H1254) means to bring forth out of nothing. Artists are often reckoned as being creative, but never when their artifact is something that has been already accomplished. Moses's book of beginnings clearly distinguishes between the three words. Never, in the entire Scripture does the LORD say that He "formed" bodies of liquid waters. Nowhere does He say that He created "woman." Nowhere does He say that He created "Eve." The woman, and Eve always are attributed to bein "made" and "formed". But Adam, the created spirit, was also thereafter, made, and formed according to the plan in verse 26. He existed (only for a short period of time) on that very day he was created, as a male and female--a spiritual duality awaiting to become the "things hoped for", but not yet visible as being the evidence of things "not yet seen"--a man and a woman.
Genesis, Chapter two is primarily charged with describing the making and forming of the man, first, then the forming of the of the woman, as 1 Timothy 2:13 demands, according to that very Jewish Rabbi, Paul:
For Adam was first formed, then Eve.
Notice that, in Scripture, when in Christ, the man and the woman are treated without respect to their being male or female, according to Galatians 3: 28, though while on this earth, they are to be husband and wife:
There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither bond nor free, there is neither male nor female: for ye are all one in Christ Jesus.
Certainly, this is looking forward to our being neither married, nor given in marriage in the resurrection, as we see in Matthew 22:30:
For in the resurrection they neither marry, nor are given in marriage, but are as the angels of God in heaven.
So we will be individual unconnected spirits (as by marriage)--like the angels--but with our resurrected bodies. But Adam began as a "man", and Eve was made a "woman", not a "wohermaphrodite"