I Had Smart Lipo on my Upper and Lower Abs Twice. The Fat Came Back in That Same Area. What Went Wrong?
- Asked by mikey won't die
- 1 year ago
I want flat abs and smart lipo was done twice on me within a two year period. Once the swelling went done the fat was still on my abs. I worked and and eat pretty healthy during and after the procedure. so what went wrong?
Fat is distributed in different plains. The fat may not have been removed in the deeper plain.
Persistent abdominal fat after Smartlipo
There are several factors that can explain your feeling that “the fat is still there.” First, Smartlipo may not be the ideal procedure for your needs; your underlying muscle positioning and overlying skin tone play significant roles in the outcome of a Smartlipo procedure. If you have protrusion of your rectus abdominus muscle or some skin laxity, your overall contour may not end up as sculpted as you desire, even with proper nutrition and exercise.
Second: If skin laxity and muscle positioning do not explain your predicament, it may be necessary to investigate some underlying metabolic imbalances. For example, low thyroid hormone levels from hypothyroidism or elevated sex hormone levels in PCOS may stimulate enlargement of residual fat cells after Smartlipo.
I recommend a follow-up with your physician to assess your abdomen with your pre-procedure photos, and consider some blood tests to rule out an underlying metabolic imbalance. Good luck!
Web reference: http://spa.proclub.com/tabid/218/default.aspx
Diet and exercise are critical after lipo. Not all of the fat cells are gone. Also, you may need skin removal as in a tummy tuck. check with your doctor and look at your pictures. Your expectations may have been too high
Web reference: http://www.drbray.com
Fat coming back to the abdomen after smart lipo
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