Are There Risks?
Can childbirth after a labia reduction ruin the procedure? Unlike vaginoplasty, a tightening of the vaginal canal that prospective patients typically undergo after they are done having children, a labiaplasty should hold after childbirth. However, it is important to note that a high level of hormones during the last trimester of pregnancy could cause some regrowth, and the labia itself may become stretched during childbirth.
Many women considering labiaplasty have concerns about pregnancy after labia reduction. Only you can know if the procedure is right for you, but Sterling Plastic Surgery can help you decide.
Schedule a Consultation with Sterling Plastic Surgery
Call us at (603) 518-5450 today, or contact us via the web. Dr. Daniel A. Sterling is double-board certified by the American Board of Surgery and American Board of Plastic Surgery, giving him experience and training that only a select few physicians share. He treats patients from all over New England, including New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut.