I Have Love Handles That Get Smaller when I Am at my Lowest Weight, I Am Scheduled for Cool Sculpting this week. will the results be less because I have shrunken fat cells rather than bigger ones right now
Should I Wait TIl I Gain More Weight to Get CoolSculpting?
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Weight gain and Coolsculpting effectiveness
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CoolSculpting by Zeltiq is ideal in a physically-fit patient to reduce the bulge of fat that is stubborn
It is always better to do an elective cosmetic treatment in a patient who is in their healthiest shape. Please don't purposely gain more fat to have more reduced with Zeltiq. See a doctor to make sure you're a candidate.
Gain weight for CoolSculpting?
It is advisable to be at your goal weight or at the lowest healthy weight you can easily maintain prior to a CoolSculpting treatment. Provided the handpiece is secure on the treated area, and you have been cleared by your doctor's office as a good candidate, you should have a positive result
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Should You Gain Weight Prior to Coolsculpting?
Thank you for your question.
No, I do not suggest that you gain weight prior to having this procedure. It is best to be at your lowest, most stable weight.
Weight Gain and CoolSculpting
Ideal time for Coolsculpting
The best results from Coolsculpting aren't dependent as much on your current weight or size of the fat cells but more so on how well your problem areas can be drawn into the treatment applicator. If you are too thin or firm to have your love handles go into the applicator sufficiently then you won't get ideal results. It's not a matter of the applicator just attaching but the maximum amount of fat being drawn up and treated. Good luck!
Dr. Grant Stevens
Coolsculpting at a lower weight
Ultimately the best results for Coolsculpting are related to the type of fat, location and amount of fat. Your physician should advise you as to whether you are an appropriate candidate but I would not recommending waiting until you gain weight to undergo treatment.
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