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Labiaplasty or labial reduction is a procedure to reduce the protuberant excess skin from the inner lips of the female genitalia.
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Our clinicians, doctor and surgeons see and counsel you on multiple occasions prior to your surgery or treatment. They will also check on your following your surgery or treatment in follow-up consultations to ensure we achieve optimum results.
Our clinicians, doctor and surgeons see and counsel you on multiple occasions prior to your surgery or treatment. They will also check on your following your surgery or treatment in follow-up consultations to ensure we achieve optimum results. We take photos throughout your journey with us as part of your medical records, with your consent, to ensure we are able to show you the satisfactory outcome and to show the difference in appearance. We provide the same high level of professional care o all of our patients.
We will go through your medical history and address any concerns and questions that you may have and discuss the risks and benefits of the treatment options with you.
Your surgeon will provide specific instructions about what to do during the recovery and healing period, and it’s important to follow their specific recommendations.
“In my experience, the women who have less swelling and have everything stay intact, are those who—especially in the first week to 10 days—really take it easy and don’t overdo it,” says Dr. Goodman.
Dr. Castillo also stresses the importance of bedrest, elevating your pelvis, cold compresses, pain relievers, and anti-inflammatories, including arnica and bromelain.
That said, it’s also important to not be too sedentary. “I encourage all of my patients to mobilize after 24 hours with short, 5–10-minute walks,” says Dr. Angelica Kavouni, a plastic surgeon in London. “It’s uncomfortable, so take your painkillers half an hour before. Afterward, rest for a couple of hours with your feet up.”
Urinating and sitting during this period may be uncomfortable. “Sitz baths can be soothing, and using a perineal squirt bottle during urination washes the acid away and reduces burning, as well as helps with keeping clean,” says Dr. Troy Robbin Hailparn, an OB-GYN in San Antonio.
“Early in the postoperative period, an amount of swelling and pain is normal,” says Dr. Nicole E. Williams, an OB-GYN in Chicago. “To reduce pain, itching, and swelling, apply ice packs by putting crushed ice or frozen corn or peas in a resealable plastic bag, covering it with a damp, soft cloth, and applying it for 20–30 minutes at a time.”
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