Is my labia look normal one month post labiaplasty (labia minora reduction)? (photo)
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Labia appearances are nomal
Healing time after labiaplasty
Asymmetrical labia following a labiaplasty
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Healing after labiaplasty
One month after labiaplasty is too early to know the final results. Your labia appear normal for one month post op. Swelling can take up to 6-8 weeks to resolve and there is usually deep stitches which are buried and take up to a few months to completely dissolve. Depending on the type of procedure, it sometimes common to have the area where the labia minora meet the clitoral hood look larger after making the labia minora smaller. You may find that with time, as the swelling goes down, your labia minora will look a bit longer and this area where the clitoral hood and labia minora meet will look less obvious. If you are still bothered by it at that point, discuss your concerns with your plastic surgeon. Hope this helps and best of luck.
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