I would recommend separating your TT and BL from your BBL rather than combining them all together as you will recover from the latter lying on your stomach, while you will recover from the 1st two procedures lying on your back.
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First I would not get all those procedures done at one time. I would recommend getting the fat transfer first. Recovery position would be on your stomach. 6 months later get your breast lift and your tummy tuck, recovery on your backside.
First of all, I do not like doing a tummy tuck at the same time because I often harvest fat from the abdomen and do not want to increase the risks of healing issues of the abdominal flap when they are done at the same time. In general , patients should sleep on their stomach after a brazilian butt lift.
The surgeon you are choosing should be able to answer this. My patients email me before and after surgery with any of their questions.
Kenneth Hughes, MD
Los Angeles, CA
I agree wholeheartedly that this is too much surgery . In terms of which procedure to have first, you are planning some expensive procedures so my question is whether you can really afford them all. If not, prioritize which is most important to you. Typically, my patients opt for the tummy tuck as this is the one body area which upsets women a great deal, especially after repeat Caesarean sections! After the breast lift or TT, the position is on your back with legs elevated for the TT and elevation of the head on pillows for the breast lift.