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Arm Liposuction Recovery
I had my arms Liposuctioned almost 3 months ago. I had great elasticity before the procedure, so the doctor told me I was an excellent candidate. However, now I have some sagging skin on one arm, and while most of the lumps are gone, I still have a big lump on the other arm. I massage it daily but it won't go away. The doctor said I should get some more retraction, but I'm not too sure about that. Are these things normal after Liposuction?
Liposuction most effective in the BACK of the arms.
I would continue to follow the advice of your plastic surgeon as he/she knows and you the best!
Skin retraction after liposuction
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Time will help
Wait a bit more
You will likely need a touch up procedure
It is not usual to have some lumps at the three month stage after liposuction.
You may need an arm lift
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