If you think you have a scar separation after your labiaplasty, call your surgeon and get examined. A yeast infection can make you itch, but so can normal healing. Only an examination can determine what your condition is and what is necessary to improve it.
Sorry that you've had a separation. Sadly there is nothing to do about it except local care. Your surgeon should be aware. Very uncommon to have a separation in my practice. Yeast infection is common with antibiotics after labiaplasty... That's why I don't ever use antibiotics. They're not required. Get a diflucan script from your MD.Wait 6 months for any revision attempts if needed. You can't just go back in a reclose. Too fragile.
Thank you for your question. A photo would be helpful. Please contact your surgeon or the on call
number for the practice for an examination. Best wishes for a speedy
Usually labiaplasty heal is pretty good and fast.
And the itching is the accepted feeling during the healing processes.
If you think toward the back of the incisional area is open you should see your Dr for evaluation to find out what is going on
Itching is a normal process after surgery, but discharge and open wounds is not normal. The sutures are supposed to fall out at about 3 weeks. If your tissue is opening, and not healing you should see your doctor. The labia often heals up on its own without further surgery, but it is difficult to predict without examining you.