Can You Get A Labiaplasty Without General Anesthesia

Yes, it’s possible to have a labiaplasty performed under local anesthesia or with sedation rather than general anesthesia. Local anesthesia involves numbing the area being operated on, while sedation keeps you relaxed and comfortable during the procedure without rendering you unconscious. The specific method of anesthesia used can depend on factors such as the extent of the procedure, the preferences of the surgeon, and your own medical history and comfort level. It’s important to discuss your options with your surgeon to determine the best approach for you.

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