Labia Majora Reconstruction

Labia Majora Reconstruction

General Notes and Precautions

THINGS ABOUT THE LABIA MAJORA RECONSTRUCTION YOU SHOULD KNOW

  • Labia Majora Reconstruction (Post Silicone Injection) is a very difficult and a tedious cosmetic surgery. Your surgeon must determine where most of the silicone injections have settled and what tissue(s) need to be excised, this takes time, precision and patience.
  • Many cosmetic surgeons do not perform this type of procedure or are not very familiar with the technique used. There are more surgeons willing to inject silicone than there are willing to remove it. Please research your surgeons’ training background, practical experience and medical education before making a decision.
  • Labia Majora Reconstruction (Post Silicone Injection) has limitations and cannot absolutely ensure results and satisfaction because there are many other factors influencing your satisfactory results.
  • In case of unsatisfactory results or complications, correction surgery may be performed as appropriate and possible. In this respect, you and the physician should come to discuss the solution together.

BEFORE THE LABIA MAJORA RECONSTRUCTION PROCEDURE

  • Dr.Vitasna will investigate your Health History, conduct a general check-up and internal check-up. In case you have vaginal fungal or bacterial infection, you should completely treatment before the procedure to avoid the wound infection.
  • However, it is not allowed for those with immunodeficiency and you must not become pregnant nor plan to become pregnant in the next 3 months despite no research about the disadvantage to the pregnency and the newborn.
  • In case of existing diseases or drug hypersensitivity, please inform the staff before the procedure.
  • Dr.Vitasna will educate you with the methods, procedure and some potential post-operative complications prior to decision-making. 
  • One of the most important preparations you should know is that you should take a rest (refraining from work) and be still for at least 2-3 days after the procedure to enable the wound to heal faster, have as least movement as possible in the first 1 weeks after the procedure to avoid wound disruption.
  • After the surgery you should refrain from some types of exercise affecting pelvic muscle movement, such as speed running, yoga, swimming, sit-ups, weight training for lower part of the body and sexual intercourse for 6 weeks after the procedure.

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