Yes, it is generally safe to walk after gynecomastia surgery. In fact, light exercise such as walking is usually encouraged after the surgery to promote blood circulation and reduce the risk of complications such as blood clots.
However, it is important to follow your surgeon’s instructions regarding post-operative care and activity restrictions. In the first few days after surgery, you may need to limit your physical activity and avoid strenuous exercise to allow your body time to heal.
It is also important to wear compression garments as recommended by your surgeon to help reduce swelling and support the healing process. Your surgeon can provide you with specific guidelines on when it is safe to resume normal activities, including exercise.