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When Will I Be Able Sit, Walk, and Exercise After a Labiaplasty?

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Updated May 18, 2011

Question: When Will I Be Able Sit, Walk, and Exercise After a Labiaplasty?
Answer: Sitting can begin the day of surgery as no pressure is placed on the labia in this position. You can also begin walking on the day of surgery, although you may be doing so gingerly. You can start exercising four to six weeks after surgery. If you ride horses, you can begin this activity four to six weeks after surgery. Your surgeon will give you specific instructions.

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