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Labiaplasty (labia minora or majora reduction) is a procedure used to reduce the labia minora (inner labia), or the labia majora (outer labia). Labiaplasty can be performed in patients suffering from a congenital deformity, issues after childbirth, hygiene, chronic skin irritation, painful sexual intercourse, pain while wearing tight clothes, or simply for cosmetic reasons. The risks of the procedure include scarring, infection, bleeding, nerve or vessel damage, pain, irritation with intercourse, and changes in skin sensitivity. Labiaplasty can be performed after or before pregnancy.

Procedure Description

  • Procedure may be performed under local, conscious sedation
  • Excess labial skin is removed unilaterally or bilaterally0
  • Excess fat in mons pubis (vaginal lips) is suctioned
  • Incision site is closed with sutures
  • The procedure might take from 1-2 hours


  • Patient is given antibiotics (topical and oral)
  • Patient might use a sanitary pad for comfort
  • Patient is instructed how to clean the surgical wound site-sitz bath are used for optimal hygiene of the vulva
  • Labia can often swell after the procedure
  • Numbness might occur and last for months
  • Patient is instructed to abstain from vaginal intercourse for 6 weeks
  • Patient should avoid using tampons
  • Patients should restrain from heavy lifting for 2-4 weeks
  • Patients can return to work within 2-3 days after surgery


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