How to Determine Fat from Swelling After Liposuction? (photo)
- Asked by suzimiller
- 1 year ago
Hello and thank you for your time! I had abdominal, waist and hip liposuction 4 days ago. I realize final results take time, but I can't tell if the feshiness I feel on my stomach is due to swelling or residual fat. If swollen, would the skin feel hard or soft? Does everyone experience swelling? And relatedly, the lower abdomen above the pubic area is a bit saggy, is there a chance that this will firm up over time? I am 49 years old and did not have an "apron" of fat originally. Thanks!
Swelling after liposuction
all NORMAL! keep ur binder on if you wanna see results sooner than expected and follow all instructions to the dot. it can take 6-8 weeks to see the results. sometimes even longer so hang in there
Liposuction and swelling
Swelling i quite common after liposuction and it will take several months for the tissues to adjust to the changes. This includes all the sensations that it sounds like you are feeling now. If you have concerns, you shoudl contact your surgeon.
Postop result from liposuction
Recent Liposuction Reviews
How to Determine Fat from Swelling After Liposuction?
Only the one after photo, no before. And ONLY 4 days? Allow healing time!! With any type of liposuction there will be swelling. The amounts of swelling depends on a few factors. Your health, the type of liposuction, the aggressiveness of the surgeon to name a few. Best to call your surgeon to discuss these issues.
Thank you for asking about your liposuction result at 4 days.
- The photo looks very good this early after liposuction
- Everyone swells after all surgery including liposuction
- This is a genetically determined process you cannot change.
- Wearing the liposuction garment keeps swelling to a minimum.
- Liposuction swelling is worst low in the abdomen - gravity pulls swelling down. Best wishes.
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