When Can I Work-out After Liposuction?
- Asked by 3845anon in California
- 3 years ago
When I should start begin to work out cardio and other excersises I had lipo and scar revision for c-section scar, before my surgery I used to excersise.
Workout after liposuction
My patients get individualized instructions often, after surgery, as thier surgey might be very different from another patient's. I may need them to wait longer to return to the gym because of the amount of work done in key areas that could make it more tender or even add to the risk of bleeding or developing seromas (lymphatic fluid collections). Ask your surgeon based on the surgery they did for you as to when you can return to exericse, and what kind of exercise.
Wait on Workout
I am of the opinion you should wait 4-6 weeks to start cardio workouts. I like to give the skin time to settle against the body. Vigorous exercise will cause skin movement and produce fluid beneath (seroma) the skin which may be difficult and time consuming to treat.
You can start to work out after liposuction when your doc advises it.
Only your doc will know how much your body went threw with your liposuction and only he can advise you on when to begin workouts. The newer techniques have allowed earlier workouts and faster recovery such as beginning workouts in 1 week.
Web reference: http://www.TheBestLipoDoc.com/drdavidhansen/landing/
Recent Liposuction Reviews
If you just had liposuction I would say 2 weeks is probably a good amount of time, but since you had a scar revision of your abdomen( c-section) you may want to wait 3-6 weeks.
Activity/Exercise limitations after liposuction: usually 3-6 weeks - some are more & others less.
It is best to ask your surgeon. Not all liposuction procedures are the same and some require greater activity restrictions than others. Typically inidividuals may resume exercise from 3-6 weeks after surgery. However, some may begin sooner and others later (seroma formation for example).
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