Generally it's recommended that patients can return to moderate physical activity after a few days, which would include most sex. Obviously take care that the recipient area isn't pulled/pushed/scratched/etc.
When can sex can be resumed after FUE?
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It is best to ask your surgeon about post operative issues as each doctor has their unique regimen.
It is best to ask your surgeon about post operative issues as each doctor has their unique regimen. There is nothing wrong with having sex but some doctors may be worried about too much physical exertion.
Sex after FUE
Passive sex is ok the night of the FUE and active sex is ok after a few days as you are normal after 3-4 days
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I recommend that my patients do not resume any activity that can raise the heart rate (sex included)! for the first 3 days post op.
When can you resume sex after FUE?
As long as your partner is careful not to grab, tug, slap, rub scratch, hit, or push your grafted area, you should be able to resume sexual relations immediately. Just be careful and exercise judgement. If you have a partner that is uncontrollably wild and incapable of acting with prudence during intercourse, you should avoid sexual relations for at least one week or restrain your partner's hands. Grafts are particularly prone to dislodgment the first evening so pay particular attention to avoid any activity that could dislodge a graft.
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