The standard risks of bleeding, infection, poor scarring, and nerve damage are present. The incision line may open is probably the most common irritating problem. Some remaining contour irregularities may happen, but are difficult to see occurring with the swelling that happens in the operating room. So, touch ups can be common. The scarring is variable depending on the tension, swelling, smoking, reaction to sutures, or once genetic ability to heal. Rarely, there is chronic swelling, blood clots, cysts, or spreading of the groin area.