When patients have redundant
abdominal wall tissue following pregnancy, they will usually require a full
abdominoplasty to correct the problem.
Although most patients would prefer a lesser procedure very few are good
candidates for mini abdominoplasty.
Although you have recently had a
mini abdominoplasty your current problems suggest that a full abdominoplasty
may have been a better option for you.
The fact that your lower abdomen is tight and there is an upper
abdominal bulge suggest that you have excess upper abdominal skin and weak
upper abdominal muscles.
These problems would have been
addressed with a full abdominoplasty.
This procedure would remove any excess skin and tighten the muscles of
the upper abdomen. Liposuction
would most likely have no impact on your current problems.
It’s important that you discuss
this issue with your plastic surgeon.
Correction of your problem will most likely require conversion of your
mini abdominoplasty to a full abdominoplasty with umbilical