If you have a history of urinary problems, it’s essential to inform your surgeon during the consultation phase before considering labiaplasty. Your surgeon needs to be aware of your medical history to assess whether the procedure is appropriate for you and to ensure your safety and well-being during and after the surgery.

Having a history of urinary problems does not automatically disqualify you from undergoing labiaplasty, but it may require additional evaluation and precautions. The surgeon will need to understand the nature and severity of your urinary issues to determine if labiaplasty could potentially exacerbate or interfere with those problems.

Some urinary problems, such as urinary tract infections (UTIs), urinary retention, or incontinence issues, could be affected by labiaplasty if not properly managed. Additionally, the positioning of the urethra and any previous urinary procedures may also be important factors to consider.

It’s crucial to be open and honest about your medical history with your surgeon to ensure that you are a suitable candidate for the procedure and that any potential risks or complications are carefully evaluated and addressed. The surgeon may also collaborate with other specialists, such as a urologist, if needed, to provide a comprehensive assessment before proceeding with the surgery.

Always choose a qualified and experienced surgeon who can guide you through the decision-making process and prioritize your safety and well-being. They will be able to discuss the potential implications of labiaplasty in the context of your specific medical history and help you make an informed decision about the procedure.