Will my labialasty/vaginoplasty get better? (Photo)
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Might need a revision
Thank you for sharing. As my colleagues have expressed their concern in your healing pattern, so do I.
Unfortunately I would remain patient and continue to keep a close eye not the situation. I would recommend already seeking a good second opinion form an experienced surgeon within the US.
Best of luck.
Honest Answer Ahead
1) you had a trim labiaplasty. This always produces unnatural results IMHO
2) you had an elongated clitoral hood AND clitoris. The "square" thing is separation of an attempted clitoral hood reduction. An elongated clitoris is very very hard to correct and there is only ONE doctor I know who does this surgery, Dr. Gary Alter in Beverly Hills. I personally don't perform this surgery.
3) The trim basically amputated directly across the clitoral frenulum which is super sensitive and now exposed directly to all fabric and underwear, making everything super annoying.
I would find a different doctor once you are fully healed. You still could benefit from a revision I believe, but you need to wait 6 months. Again, if the elongated clitoris is truly part of your problem, this is a very challenging fix to be very honest. Very difficult to reduce and resuspend the actual clitoris. Reach out to Dr. Alter and learn more about this.
Still a lot of swelling
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Scary healing at 2 weeks post labiaplasty
The "square looking thing above my clitoris" looks like necrosing tissue possible due to blood supply to this area being compromised.
Stop with the baking soda baths and application of fucidin.
You will need a second corrective surgery to achieve better aesthetic results. Below is a link regarding Revision Labiaplasty.
Best of luck,
Will my labialasty/vaginoplasty get better
Swollen and distorted 2 weeks after labiaplasty
Post Labioplasty Surgery
Thank you for your time. I am happy to answer any questions you may have. At 2 weeks after surgery, it is too early to know what it will look like once you are completely healed.
In the early stages of recovery, you should expect some bruising, swelling and pain after your procedure. We advise patients to wear a pad on the underwear to prevent irritation from rubbing on clothing/undergarments.
Swelling may linger for as long as two to four weeks. Ask your surgeon if you can ice and take inflammatory medication to help diminish the swelling.
I wish you the best!
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