Some fundamental facts on pudendal lip reduction
Do I need a general anaesthetic?
No. In 98 % of all cases I perform a reduction of the pudendal lips with a local anaesthetic. Twenty minutes prior to surgery you will apply a special cream to the mucous membrane which will numb it. In addition you will receive a local anaesthetic (injection) which will no longer cause any pain because of the cream that has numbed the area. If desired I will also perform the surgery under partial anaesthetic which will put you to sleep so that you don't feel or see anything. In that case you will have to ask someone to pick you up to take you home after the operation.
Frequently asked questions
- When can I exercise after a labia reduction again?
- When can I have sex again?
- When will the stitches be absorbed?
- When will it be cut with laser, electricity or scalpel?
- Will a reduction of pudendal lips reduce sensitivity?
- What is the optimal length of the pudendal lips?
- Will there be much post-operative pain after a reduction of the pudendal lips?
- Do I have to stay in the clinic?
- Do I need a general anesthetic?
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