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miami, FL

Labiaplasty gone wrong?

Hello. I just had labiaplasty done 2 days ago and my surgeon is not communicating with me. It looks like he cut my inner labia off almost completely and stitched whatever was left to my labia majora. Im not swollen like everyone else is reporting. I havent seen any body else write or show this and Im really freaking out. Does anybody know if this will change in time or if I should expect to not have a labia minora for the rest of my life?

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Plastic surgeon
Huntington Beach / San Clemente, CA
United States
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  You are early
October 30, 2009 6:41 AM

There is hope. I am not a believer in amputation style labiaplasty, but I would wait 4-6 weeks at the very least before trying to make any conclusions. Find your surgeon and go from (more)
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Plastic surgeon
Chicago, IL
United States
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October 26, 2009 7:16 PM

You should be able to contact your surgeon. However, it is too early to draw any conclusions regarding the long term appearance and results. So please be patient. (more)
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