Is It Normal To Smell After Labiaplasty

  • Some discharge and odor are expected after labiaplasty due to healing and scabbing. This discharge is typically light, pinkish, and shouldn’t have a strong odor.
  • However, a strong, foul-smelling odor could be a sign of infection, which is a serious concern. Other signs of infection include increased pain, redness, swelling, fever, and pus.

If you are experiencing any concerns about your post-labiaplasty odor, it is crucial to seek medical advice immediately. This is especially important if you have any other symptoms like pain, fever, or unusual discharge.

Here are some resources that can help you find qualified medical professionals:

I hope this information is helpful. Please remember that your health and well-being are the top priority, and seeking professional medical advice is crucial for any concerns you may have.

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