Coolsculpt and Numbnss?
- Asked by MB1960
- 7 months ago
I am 1 week post procedure on abs and love handles. I am very small 5'2", 120 lbs. Still have complete numbness in treatment areas. Is this normal?
Quite normal to be numb after CoolSculpting by Zeltiq
Numbness and sensitivity are quite normal after the treatment with CoolSculpting by Zeltiq in our NYC practice. The nature of the condition varies considerably patient by paitent. the numbness tends to resolve as does the pain over a few weeks but rarely cases take longer.
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Numbness post procedure
Numbness, followed by tingling and a pins and needles sensation, is not unusual following Coolsculpting. For most the numbness has resolved after one week but for a few it can last 4-6 weeks. Any patients we have treated that have experienced this have resolved completely. No one has had lasting numbness. If you are concerned, follow up with the office that treated you but for now, don't worry. It should resolve soon. Good luck.
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Numbness post CoolSculpting
Numbness post CoolSculpting is very normal. You may also experience tingling, burning, and even itching for up to a month after your treatment. Good luck!
Recent CoolSculpting Reviews
You should expect numbness and possibly some tingling in the treatment area for up to one month. This is a completely normal post procedure experience.
This is, in fact, normal. We have had patients tell us that the numbness can last anywhere from one week to well over a month. It will pass with time.
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