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Ask An Expert > Leonard Grossman Message Board > caught n infection after labia reduction surgery afew stiches have come apart does dat mean its not going2heal proprly and close toghether after infec
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caught n infection after labia reduction surgery afew stiches have come apart does dat mean its not going2heal proprly and close toghether after infec


 



DrMarkEJohnson
Cosmetic surgeon
Kennewick, WA
United States
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labial reduction complications  October 3, 2012 5:44 PM

Complications with this procedure are very common. It is difficult to say what the outcome will be without knowing the location, distance of separation, and depth of tissue involved, as well as technique used.
Generally, if you use Sitz baths several times a day, a squirt bottle like for pregnancy to cleanse yourself after using bathroom, and a moist dressing, these can heal very well. Dont go dancing, do aerobics, or have sex until it is healed.
There are times when minor corrections are desired, but hopefully it is not so significant a separation as to cause a prominent deformity.

Kind regards,
Mark E Johnson, MD, PhD


drgrossman
Plastic surgeon
New York, NY
United States
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  October 4, 2012 4:17 AM

You may be pleasantly surprised and everything may heal much better than expected. This region is known for that.
Give it a chance with good clean wound care.
Good luck from NYC


docblinski
Plastic surgeon
Miami, FL
United States
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  October 4, 2012 5:33 AM

Agree with previous posters. But best to see your surgeon ASAP to be safe.




 



 

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