When Can I Swim?!

Posted by ALVR | July 2, 2019

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Many women are bothered by protruding labia that are especially noticeable when wearing a bathing suit or other tight clothing such as yoga pants or tights. So, what do you do when summer is already here and you want to swim? Surgery takes a few hours and swimming is typically avoided for 2-4 weeks. A quick break from the pool and you can be back in a relatively short amount of time with greater comfort and confidence. If you are bothered by nagging, tugging, and bulging labia, you may be a good candidate for labiaplasty surgery.

No one says you can’t lounge by the pool with a nice summer drink, just don’t plunge in until healed! We see you after surgery to ensure your incisions are healing well and you are comfortable and happy with your results. We’re also always just a phone call away for our patients which makes the recovery process a little easier.

 

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