Had a Tummy Tuck 12 Days Ago and Have Been Having Gentle Sex Will It Do Any Harm?
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Intercourse after a Tummy Tuck
Follow surgeon's instructions
Questions about sexual activity after an abdominoplasy- When is it safe?
As with any physical activity after an abdominoplasty you should exercise caution. You do not want to do anything to disrupt your healing or place your result in jeopardy .
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I do not recommend any activity that is strenuous in the first 6 weeks after surgery. The hematoma risk is increased. The risk of wound separation is increased. The risk of plication compromise is increased. Kenneth Hughes, MD Los Angeles, CA
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Congrats on feeling so good after surgery. Discuss this issue with your surgeon. You will likely be OK. No pressure on the abs...Thomas Narsete, M.D.
Tummy Tuck 12 Dys Ago&Have Been Havin Gentle Sex Will It Do Any Harm? #surgery #sex
Wow!!! Congratulations because most of my patients are just trying to get out to dinner at 12 days!!!!!! As with any activity in the first 6 weeks...be very careful!
Gentle Sex after Tummy Tuck?
Depending on how you define “gentle sex” and whether or not there is any contamination of incision lines etc., you should be okay. As always, as with any specific activity, best to check with your plastic surgeon.
Sexual intercourse after tummy tuck
Any activity that increases your heart rate or blood pressure or that makes you out of breath has the potential to cause swelling and bleeding, which could compromise your result. Also, any unexpected movement could undo the tightening effect from the muscle sutures. It's best to listen to your surgeon's recommendations and invest a few weeks so that you can have the result you want in the long run.
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