How Many Days After Labiaplasty Can I Walk

  • In the first 2-3 days: You’ll likely be advised to minimize walking and focus on resting. Short walks around the house are okay, but avoid strenuous activity.
  • Days 4-5: You can gradually start increasing your walking distance and duration, as long as you feel comfortable.
  • Week 2: You should be able to resume most light activities, including walking for longer periods.
  • Weeks 3-4: You can usually return to your normal activities, but strenuous exercise is still best avoided.
  • 6-8 weeks: Most women are fully healed by this point and can resume all activities without restrictions.

Here are some additional tips for walking after labiaplasty:

  • Listen to your body and rest when you’re tired.
  • Wear loose-fitting clothing that won’t irritate your incisions.
  • Use ice packs to reduce swelling and pain.
  • Avoid lifting heavy objects.
  • Practice good hygiene to prevent infection.

Remember, this is just a general guideline. It’s important to follow your doctor’s specific instructions for your individual recovery.

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