• What is traditional liposuction?

    Liposuction is a process in surgical fields responsible for breaking down and removing the subcutaneous layer of fat in the human body parts. These fats are stubbornly and notoriously resistant to diet and exercise. There is a way in which a pocket of fat can be removed that is not useful for healthy individuals.

  • Where can liposuction be performed?

    This can be in various places in our bodies. Following is the list of them.

    • Double Chin
    • Back of Neck
    • Bottom of Upper Arms
    • Female Breasts
    • Bra Strap Area
    • Abdomen or Belly Pooch
    • Muffin Top
    • Love Handles
    • Male Breasts

  • What makes an ideal candidate for the procedure?

    The ideal candidate for liposuction is the individual who is healthy or has the desired weight. Nonsmokers are also included in this list.

    The ideal candidates have stubborn fat which resides between skin and muscles. These are not visceral fats. Visceral fats have a layer of fat that resides beneath the muscle layer in the abdominal region.

    Surgeons always evaluate the condition of an ideal candidate's skin before prescribing liposuction. Individuals having good elasticity in the skin are considered good candidates for liposuction. Instead, individuals having loose skin or cellulite are not considered good candidates because this condition can lead to dimpled or uneven skin.

  • Is liposuction a weight loss procedure? How much fat can be removed?

    Against the myths, liposuction is not a treatment for weight loss. Instead, it is a procedure of fat reduction. The amount of fat that can be removed from an area during a particular procedure may vary depending on factors like the surgeon's assessment of the patient's health and aesthetic goals.

  • How does a patient prepare for liposuction surgery?

    Plastic Surgeons will provide instructions before the day of liposuction. But, in general, it is more important to enlist friends and family members who will help to take them to the surgical center and back. They must assist the patient with postsurgical care. Medications like aspirins and blood thinners are instructed not to be given before liposuction. IN a few cases, the blood work is done beforehand to ensure that the patient is a good individual for anesthesia. At last, on the surgery day, there will be a time when consuming food and drinks is prohibited. This prohibition is instructed 12 hours before the surgery appointment.

  • What happens during the procedure? How is it performed?

    Liposuction is a surgical process involving the creation of small incisions in the skin and inserting a tool known as a cannula into the fat lump. The cannula is attached to a suction device or a syringe that can extract the fat.

    This process is a typical outpatient surgery. Even if the patient may be kept under general anesthesia, they are often discharged and allowed to go home on the same day of surgery or after 24 hours, per the surgeon's guideline.

  • What is the recovery like?

    In most procedures, the patient can return to work after a few days and start normal activities like an exercise within 2-4 weeks or less. Although, recovery and postsurgical care vary in the area of surgery and the amount of fat removed.

    It is best to follow the instructions for fast and painless recovery. The patient might feel some discomfort. Also, lifestyle choices like hydration, not smoking, and rest can make healing time faster with fewer complications. Swelling, bruising, and tenderness are the most common postsurgical effects on the surgery area. The surgical team offers some pain relief options. They also offer a list of pain relievers to avoid them.

    Some standard postsurgical instructions include wearing compression garments in the treated area. Modified activities can be recommended a few weeks later to reduce strain on the treated area.

  • What sort of scarring is expected after the procedure?

    The cannula is a small instrument, and the scares are also minor. The number of scars is based on the number of insertion points for addressing the area. Depending upon the patient's skin quality, scarring also varies. Surgeons later discuss the location and ways to minimize the appearance of scars.

  • What kind of results should a patient expect after the procedure?

    Plastic Surgeons can help the patient to anticipate and visualize realistic results. After surgery, there will be some swelling, and the skin might be loose. Due to this, it can take a few weeks to months to see the actual result of the procedure.

    The fat cells, which are removed during liposuction, are removed permanently. It is important to note that patients can still develop new fat cells. Following a healthy diet, lifestyle, and exercise plans after the surgery can help resist the gain of new fat.


  • What is a tummy tuck?

    A tummy tuck is a procedure that allows repair of the abdominal wall muscles during pregnancy and gaining excess weight.

    This procedure removes excess weight and stretch marks, which make it ideal for patients that have had children or have lost excess weight, either by gastric bypass or traditional methods.

  • What is the difference between a tummy tuck and liposuction?

    Many patients ask questions about the difference between a tummy tuck and liposuction. A tummy tuck rebuilds the muscle underneath and removes excess skin, whereas liposuction only removes the excess fat. Liposuction will not reduce or remove hanging, loose, or excess skin.

  • How do you repair the muscles of the abdomen?

    During a tummy tuck, a plastic surgeon uses permanent stitches so that they can tighten the abdominal muscle. These stitches are made up of medical-grade nylon and will not dissolve over time (these are located inside our muscles and are not visible).

  • Am I a good candidate for a tummy tuck?

    In general, good individuals for a tummy tuck want to improve the contour of their stomachs which are in overall good health and have realistic expectations.

  • How long does a tummy tuck take?

    On the day of the patient's procedure, the patient should plan to be at the hospital at least 3 ½ hours early. The surgery takes approximately 2 ½ hours, and the remaining time will be spent administering anesthesia. In some cases, the patient might stay for 24 hours.

  • When Can I Return to Work?

    This depends upon how much physical work is demanded in your job. You may be ready to return to your work after 2-4 weeks of span. Instead, a desk job can let you return to work very soon. On the other hand, if your job involves lifting, straining, and other physical activities, expect not to work for a month.

  • When Can I Return to Work?

    This depends upon how much physical work is demanded in your job. You may be ready to return to your work after 2-4 weeks of span. Instead, a desk job can let you return to work very soon. On the other hand, if your job involves lifting, straining, and other physical activities, expect not to work for a month.

  • What kind of anesthesia will be used?

    The licensed anesthesia administers IV sedation for tummy tucks. (General Anesthesia)

  • What should I expect after a tummy tuck? What is recovery like?

    After the tummy tuck, you should plan to take two weeks off from work because you will be required to limit your physical activities and stay bent at the waistline for two weeks. After two weeks, you can stand up straight and return to work. After the surgery, you must wear a compression garment for six months.

  • What kind of scars will I have?

    The mini tummy tucks will leave an approximately 15-20 cm (6-8 inches) long scar. The scar will be low in the abdomen region and can be easily covered. The fleur de Lis tummy tuck will leave the same scar as the mini tummy tuck.

  • How many post-op appointments will I have?

    You will have a minimum of 3 appointments with Dr. Ortiz after the surgery for dressing purposes. One appointment at two months after surgery and the final appointment at six months post-surgery. Don't hesitate to contact us if you need to see a plastic surgeon anytime between these appointments.

  • How much does a tummy tuck cost?

    The cost depends upon the type of tummy tuck and the procedure's complexity.

  • What are the risks of tummy tuck surgery?

    After any surgery, there is a negligible risk of bleeding and infection. Great care should be taken to ensure that these risks are under control with meticulous surgical techniques. Also, there is a minimum risk of blood clots in the legs or lungs.

    Because of these risks, compression of boots on your calves during surgery is placed, which can help circulation. A low dose of blood thinner can be used. Proper hydration and ambulation are also crucial for lowering the risk of blood clots after surgery.

  • What are some long-term considerations after a tummy tuck?

    Having a stable weight can help tummy tuck result stably over time. If your weight fluctuates or you become pregnant, then this can lead to a change in the results of your tummy tuck.


  • How should I choose a plastic surgeon?

    Choose a plastic surgeon who has experience. Experience with this kind of plastic surgery is essential. Ask to see the surgeon's photo before and after, and read reviews of other patients' testimonials.

  • How painful is the surgery?

    Most patients say the surgery is not painful as expected. Patients describe their recovery process as easy, and the pain is compared to the discomfortthey experience after a heavy chest exercise in the gym. That is considered a tentative thing at the initial time after surgery.

  • How long does it take to see the results?

    Most of the men see an almost immediate improvement in the chest contour. However, complete results usually take 4 to 6 months. Swelling and some bruising are pretty normal after surgery. The healing time will depend upon individuals.

  • When can I return to the gym or sports?

    Most of the patients start exercising slowly one week after surgery and find they are back to their usual gym routine around after two weeks. Most men can return to work after 5-7 days unless they have a physical job and need a week to rest.

  • Can exercise or intermittent fasting solve Gynecomastia?

    Since the cause of the male breasts is not chest fat, there is no way for chest exercise or any fasting affects it. You do not burn any tissue when you work out; you only burn fat. So, while any additional fat on your chest might be reduced, the Gynecomastia remains unaffected, and your breast tissue does not reduce. It cannot be reduced as your body does not view it as excessive because it is tissue. Your body treats it as if it is normal and supposed to be there. Hence, the simple answer is no.

  • Does male Gynecomastia go away?

    In some teens, Gynecomastia naturally goes away just after puberty. In most cases, the effects of the condition are permanent and might need a surgical approach to be corrected.

  • What can I expect after a male breast reduction?

    The recovery after male breast reduction is relatively easy. Soreness and swelling are expected in the first week of recovery. Pain is typically less and is managed with pain medications and rest.

  • How long does it take to heal after a male breast reduction?

    In most cases, 1 to 2 weeks of the recovery period is enough to get back to your routine. However, avoiding extreme physical activities like lifting would put pressure on the incision sites would be best.

  • What can you NOT do after a male breast reduction?

    For the first month after your surgery, you should remember not to be involved in strenuous activities. It would help if you stopped smoking because it can delay recovery by affecting blood flow within blood vessels. Another thing to remember is that avoid applying too much strain or pressure on the incisions or operated areas.

  • Can Gynecomastia grow back after surgery?

    This depends upon various criteria. Maintaining an ideal weight is essential to prevent your breasts from developing excess fat again. Steroid and drug abuse must be avoided to resist the condition from returning.

  • What should I do before a male breast reduction?

    Before a Gynecomastia surgery, you should do the following things: -

    • Get lab tests or medical evaluation.
    • Stop smoking before surgery.
    • Avoid taking aspirin, herbal supplements, anti-inflammatory drugs, and other medications that can affect healing or increase your risk of complications.
  • What other surgeries can be combined with male breast reduction?

    If you have excess fat tissue, the surgery is often combined with liposuction. Liposuction will help to remove a significant amount of fat tissue to achieve flatter and firmer breasts after the surgery.

  • What is a good age for male breast reduction?

    Eighteen and above is the best age considered for having the surgery. It is considered for men with breasts that are fully developed or past their puberty period.

  • How many post-op appointments will I have?

    You will have a minimum of 3 appointments with Dr. Ortiz after the surgery for dressing purposes. One appointment at two months after surgery and the final appointment at six months post-surgery. Don't hesitate to contact us if you need to see a plastic surgeon anytime between these appointments.

  • Does male breast reduction require anesthesia?

    Male breast reduction can be made with general or local anesthesia. This will depend on the condition of your breasts and the extent of your required aesthetic results.

  • Can you sleep on your side after male breast reduction?

    You can sleep on your back or side after the surgery, don’t lie on your stomach. Lying in a prone position will apply too much pressure on the chest area. This can cause injury to the next breast contour.

  • How do you sleep after male breast reduction?

    Lying on your back is the best position for sleeping after a male breast reduction. This position will resist applying excessive pressure to the surgical areas. You can sleep on your side if it doesn't discomfort.

  • Does male breast reduction last forever?

    The results after the surgery are typically permanent as long as you commit to a healthy lifestyle. It is crucial to remember that fat cells can expand in your breasts if weight gain takes place. This leads to altering the results of the surgery.

  • Is Gynecomastia surgery risky?

    Under the guidance of a skilled plastic surgeon, you will have a safe procedure with minimum risk factors. Ignore any undertrained doctor or a low-quality, unsterile clinic for the surgery.

  • Does Medicare cover male breast reduction?

    In most cases, Medicare is commonly performed as a cosmetic procedure. Hence, it does not cover male breast reduction.


  • Will I be getting a lift as part of a breast reduction?

    Undoubtedly yes; breast lift is, indeed, a part of the breast reduction surgery. This is done by removing breast tissue and the surrounding skin and after which the nipple and the areola are lifted to the desired higher position.

  • Will I have scars?

    The patients would have minimal scars if the Wise Pattern incision is done. This is basically a T-incision which is widely preferred for women to give them an attractive and more youthful look.

  • Is it painful?

    Special anesthesia with Lidocaine and Marcaine is given on the nipple area before the procedure is started. This is done only to avoid the pain during and after the surgery. Little soreness can be observed on both the sides though.

  • Will I have a sensation?

    Yes, the patients do feel a sensation. Due to surgery, there could be a loss of sensation temporarily but it would be back after some weeks.

  • How long will the surgery take?

    The surgery generally takes four to five hours and the recovery time is a couple of weeks. The patients are advised to avoid heavy lifting for four to five weeks and resume exercise after six weeks.

  • Who is a good candidate for a breast reduction?

    Any such woman who is in good health and wants to reduce her breast size and make it in proportion to the rest of her body is a good candidate for this surgical procedure.

  • Where the incisions are made, and are there any visible breast reduction scars?

    The incisions are generally made in two areas; either around the nipple and down the inferior part of the breasts or around the nipple and down and under the breasts in an 'anchor' pattern. Scars like fine lines remain there after surgery.

  • Are the results from breast reduction surgery permanent?

    The answer to it is affirmative. The results from breast reduction surgery are permanent only if the weight is consistently maintained.

  • Can breast reduction correct breast asymmetry?

    To some extent, yes! At times, the breast reduction surgery can correct breast asymmetry but that varies from patient to patient, depending on their individual anatomy.

  • What are the risks involved with breast reduction surgery?

    There are normal risks involved with the surgical procedure such as infection, bleeding, breast asymmetry, scarring, loss of nipple, or change in its sensation.

  • Will I need any other surgery on my breasts?

    You may need a breast lift if your breasts are hanging. Though it may give you some scars, simple implants are unable to give you the desired lifted breasts.

  • How long is the surgery and do I stay in a hospital?

    The surgery is performed in an AAAASF-certified operating room by a certified surgeon who generally takes a few hours to operate. The patient can rest in the recovery room for one or two hours and then leave for home with someone. So, they need not stay in the hospital after the surgery.

  • What can I expect after I go home?

    The patients are advised to rest for a couple of days. You may feel a little discomfort and can be given medicine if required. The surgeon will ask you to return for a checkup or follow-up in 5-7 days after the surgery. The gauze over the incision can be removed after 48 hours and after which you can have a shower. You need to keep the bra on throughout the day and night until the next appointment.

  • What is the recovery like?

    On the first visit after the surgery, the incisions are administered. The sutures need not be removed as these are put inside. The breasts may look fuller but will reduce initially. It usually takes three to four months to get everything back to normal.

  • Are there different types of breast reduction procedures?

    Yes, there are different types of breast reduction procedures, the selection of which depends upon the supply of blood to the nipple. In some patients, it may come from the inner part of the breast whereas, in others, it may come from the lower part.

  • How long does it take to get back to my normal activities after breast reduction surgery?

    A majority of the patients can get back to normal in a few days of surgery but when it comes to sexual activity and workouts, they should avoid doing it for at least two weeks.

  • How is the recovery after breast reduction surgery?

    Recovery is quite good in this case but it typically varies from patient to patient. Though some patients can observe soreness of the breast after surgery, some can be relieved from pain only after a couple of days. The doctors permit light activity even just after surgery but ask to avoid heavy work for at least two weeks after surgery.

  • What is the appropriate age for breast reduction surgery?

    A patient should get breast reduction surgery done only after her breasts have stopped growing. However, women of lesser age can also go for it if their huge breasts pose self-consciousness and discomfort in them.

  • What qualifications should I look for in a surgeon to do my breasts?

    Generally, a board-certified plastic surgeon with legit good experience in breast surgery is best for it. This is because they will be able to diagnose which implant is best for the patients and where it needs to be done.

  • Where are the incisions?

    The incisions are usually made around the areola. Some surgeons make a cut under the breast whereas others may not prefer the same. However, the sensation is trying to be preserved in all the ways possible.

  • What kind of implants should I have?

    The most recent silicone implants give the most natural results. Some may feel 'gummy bear' implants are too strong whereas the saline ones are too round. Any damage to these may destroy the look of your breasts.

  • Can’t you just put my own fat in my breasts to enlarge them?

    Yes, it can be done by giving fat injections into the breast but it is not permanent as the fat content is not constant in the body. Hence, it may give you lumpy breasts without adding much volume to them.

  • What kind of anesthesia do you use for breast surgery?

    Normally, a mild general anesthesia is given with a local anesthesia in the breast to reduce the post-surgical pain. The patients remain asleep, stay numb, and feel nothing even when the surgery takes place. Some surgeons also give long-acting local anesthesia in the breast so that the patients don't have any pain for at least 12 more hours post-surgery.

  • Where do you place the implants?

    Implants can be done either below or above the muscle. In the latest silicone implants, implants are done above the muscle. This is done in order to reduce the pain and give you a more natural look.

  • When can I go back to work or the gym?

    The actual time depends on the work you do. Generally, the patients can return to work only after a few days of the surgery. You are advised to wait for a couple of weeks for heading towards exercise or similar work. This much downtime shall be considered after the breast augmentation surgery.

  • Can I be allergic to the silicone implants?

    Silicone is considered as one of the safest substances to be placed in the body and no one has ever placed any such issue or allergy yet. However, capsules (scar tissues) can be observed around the implants that can make the breast feel firm. The frequency of its occurrence may not be too much and it can also be treated.

  • Are most patients happy after breast augmentation?

    The implant is done as per the desire of the patients. If they ever have a complaint, it would be regarding a bigger implant. Rest all go well with the procedure.


  • What is a Rhinoplasty?

    Rhinoplasty, also known as a nose job, is a process of plastic surgery which helps to correct and reconstruct the form, restoring the functions and aesthetically enhancing the nose to resolve nasal trauma, congenital disabilities, respiratory impediment or a failed primary Rhinoplasty. Many individuals ask for removing a bump, narrow nostril width, change the angle between the nose and the mouth and correct injuries, congenital disabilities or other problems that affect breathing, such as a sinus condition or deviated nasal septum.

  • What are the benefits of a Rhinoplasty?

    The benefits of Rhinoplasty depend upon your reasons for doing the process: Nose surgery can achieve cosmetic or any functional goals.

    When individuals go through Rhinoplasty for cosmetic reasons, this is done to improve the appearance of the nose and the rest of the face. Plastic surgeons are generally able to perform any of the following things which can improve the nose's appearance and symmetry:

    • It reshapes the tip of the nose.
    • It smoothens and modifies the bridge of the nose.
    • It increases or decreases total nose size.
    • It modifies the shape and size of the nose.

    When individuals go for functional Rhinoplasty, it's a medically necessary addition to sinus surgery or a septoplasty to help them breathe properly. These patients report better and more comfortable breathing due to their surgery.

  • How long does a rhinoplasty procedure take?

    It depends upon the extent of the process; Rhinoplasty generally takes around 1 ½ to 2 hours to perform.

  • What is recovery like after Rhinoplasty?

    You will experience some bruising, swelling and puffiness after nose surgery. This shall begin to decrease within 2 to 3 weeks, and it will take approximately a year for the swelling and complete subsiding. Also, with the swelling, your nose will look better than it did before surgery instantly after the process. While the recovery process, icepacks and medication might help lessen the swelling and discomfort and cover-up makeup can help to hide bruising.

  • When do I look decent to go out after a nose job?

    Many of our patients take some weeks to recover. Some with desk jobs may return to work in three to four days. Patients can wear a protective splint on their noses for one week. If the job requires more physical strength, it is suggested to take five days off.

  • Do I have to stay overnight at the hospital after surgery?

    All the Rhinoplasty processes are performed as outpatient surgery, so patients can generally go home after the surgery. Arrangements can be made with the office for out-of-town patients and stay at an after-care facility or any hotel after surgery if necessary.

  • What kind of anaesthesia is used for surgery?

    Every Rhinoplasty process is performed under general anaesthesia or heavy sedation according to the needs and wishes of every patient. We can find that most patients prefer general anaesthesia in which the patient is asleep during the entire process.

  • Will there be any nasal packing?

    The doctors carefully close the incisions with fine dissolving sutures in every case. Therefore, he cannot use nasal packing in most cases. Sometimes, technical considerations during the process can call for nasal packing, but it is pretty unusual.

  • Will I have bruising after surgery?

    You can have bruising depending on the details of your specific surgery. Individuals who bruise easily, have thin or fair skin or require repositioning their nasal bones will be more likely to bruise than individuals who do not. Many a times, bruising resolves around 10-12 days after the surgery.


  • What is Vaginoplasty?

    Vaginoplasty is the plastic surgery of the vagina region. It is a surgical process which recreates or tightens a vagina with the help of cosmetology.

    As a woman becomes old, it is very natural for the vagina to widen and loosen its shape over the years. This is why women complain about urinary leakage, less sexual pleasure, and even cases of vaginal protrusion among women in their 30s and 40s. Vaginoplasty has a surgical solution.

  • What are the benefits of Vaginoplasty?

    Vaginoplasty is beneficial for women with:

    • Leakage of urine
    • Loosening of pelvic muscles.
    • Sexual discomforts, and
    • Women in search of extreme sexual sensation and better muscle control.
  • Is Vaginoplasty the same as labiaplasty?

    Vaginoplasty is a cosmetic surgery focusing on tightening and recreating the vaginal region. Whereas labiaplasty targets only to reshape the labia lips I n the vaginal region.

  • Which doctor performs Vaginoplasty?

    A gynecologist who is trained in the fields of obstetrics or cosmetic gynecology is the best choice to perform Vaginoplasty.

  • What tests are done before the Vaginoplasty procedure?

    As you will approach any doctor with the signs of a loosened vagina, the doctor will first perform a pelvic exam. Based on that, the doctor will then decide the best vaginal tightening treatment for you.

  • What is the procedure for Vaginoplasty?

    For the process of Vaginoplasty, the doctor pulls the loosened vaginal muscles together and sews them again so that the vagina regains its tightness. This makes the vagina look and feel better and enhances sexual pleasure for both sexual partners. It solves urinary leakage and makes personal hygiene much more accessible.

  • Does Vaginoplasty hurt?

    Vaginoplasty is a process done under anaesthesia which makes it painless. As the reaction of anaesthesia slowly fades, you will experience a slight itching, tingle and a pull at the surgery site. Note that this is entirely normal and should swiftly ease with the prescribed medicines, ointments, rest and the passage of time for you.

  • What is the best time to undergo Vaginoplasty?

    Vaginoplasty is best performed after two days of your last menstrual cycle. This will allow the vaginal region to heal before the start of second menses.

  • I delivered my baby two months ago. When can I undergo Vaginoplasty?

    Vaginoplasty is a delicate surgery, and doctors suggest waiting for at least three months after the child's childbirth before undergoing the process. This will allow your vagina to reconstruct or tighten with not many problems after the birth of your baby.

  • Does Vaginoplasty require hospitalization?

    Yes, as the process is performed on general anaesthesia, it generally requires a hospital and stays for 24 to 48 hours. It also varies from situation to situation and on your health and needs.

  • What is the cost of Vaginoplasty in India?

    The cost of Vaginoplasty is around INR 35,000 to INR 50,000 in India. However, the exact treatment costs may vary slightly deepening upon:-

    • Experience and expertise of your surgeon
    • Reputation and infrastructure of the hospital
    • Added treatments/procedures (if required).
    • Medications and post-care
  • Is Vaginoplasty covered under insurance?

    Sometimes yes, but mostly no. The approval for insurance coverage can change from situation to situation depending on the treatment's need.

    When Vaginoplasty is performed as an elective surgery due to cosmetic reasons, it is not covered under insurance. Although, the same when done as a medical necessity because of the individual's specific health conditions, such as pelvic organ prolapse, and the process may be covered under insurance. Therefore, confirm the same from your insurance or health care provider.

  • How long does the effect of Vaginoplasty last? Will I have to undergo it again after a year or two?

    Vaginal laxity is a natural body procedure and an unavoidable effect of body aging and childbirth. Hence, no medication, surgery or treatment can permanently cure or revert it. But yes, Vaginoplasty can help you shape the vagina back to its original form for multiple years. Vaginoplasty can be a great long-term solution for a loose vagina when paired with specialized exercises and a healthy routine.

  • How to prepare for Vaginoplasty surgery?

    As per your scheduled vaginoplasty surgery, doctors will suggest you follow the following guidelines for preparation:

    • Manage your chronic health disease before surgery.
    • Maintain your overall physical health.
    • Stop consuming estrogen, which is advised to stop before one month before surgery.
  • How to take care after Vaginoplasty?

    Doctors advise the following guidelines for a smooth and risk-free recovery after Vaginoplasty:-

    Do not engage in sexual acts before a complete clarification from your gynaecologist approximately eight weeks ago.

    Do not use tampons and menstrual caps unless your vagina completely recovers from the surgery, which takes 6 to 8 weeks. Rather, use soft sanitary pads during menstruation.

    Do not use scented lotions, deodorants, soaps and vaginal washes eight weeks after your surgery. Only use clear water and make sure you have kept the vaginal region clean and dry.

    • Do not swim or lift heavy weights or physical activities yourself before completing clarification from your gynecologist.
    • Make sure that you complete the entire course of your prescribed medicinal course.
    • Keep yourself hydrated and eat a balanced diet, including fresh fruits, green leafy vegetables, milk, and dry fruits, which will give your body its required protein, calcium, and iron source.
  • How long should I rest after Vaginoplasty?

    Full recovery after Vaginoplasty may take up to 6 to 8 weeks. However, as you slowly recover and feel well rested and comfortable, you can resume normal activities in 3 to 5 days. But, the most important thing is you do not overexert yourself and understand that everyone is different and recovers differently. Hence, listen to your body, be aware, and start your work slowly within a successive intensity.

  • When can I resume my sex life after Vaginoplasty?

    Doctors will advise you to rest for at least 8 to 10 weeks after Vaginoplasty for your vaginal region to heal appropriately. After this, you will feel well rested and comfortable. You can resume your sex life as you wish. Although it is suggested, you also see your gynecologist for one final piece of advice.

  • Does Vaginoplasty affect fertility?

    Vaginoplasty is a process done only on the outer walls of the vagina. It has no motto to invade your reproductive system, whether it is the ovary, fallopian tube or uterus. Due to this reason, Vaginoplasty has no direct or indirect effect on fertility.

  • What are the risks associated with Vaginoplasty?

    Vaginoplasty is generally very safe and has minimum risk in surgery when done under safe conditions with a medically experienced doctor. However, as the surgery is very delicate, post-care becomes serious. If the same is not followed correctly, It might result in the following risks and complications:

    • Infection after surgery
    • Scars bleeding
    • Hematoma (this is a collection of blood around the wound)
    • Numbness for sometime

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