What Is The Sleeping Position For Labiaplasty

After labiaplasty, it’s important to find a comfortable sleeping position that minimizes pressure and allows for proper healing. Generally, it’s recommended to sleep on your back with your knees slightly bent and supported by pillows to relieve pressure on the surgical area. This position helps reduce swelling and discomfort while promoting good circulation. However, it’s crucial to follow your surgeon’s specific post-operative instructions, as they may have personalized recommendations based on your individual procedure and healing process. Always consult with your surgeon for guidance tailored to your situation.

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