1 Week After Tumescent Lipo and I'm the Same Size, How Long Should I Expect the Swelling to Last?
- Asked by Sidney101
- 1 year ago
Had pure tumescent liposuction and i am now swollen, i had a pot belly and the fat was removed, on the day of the surgery i could see that the doctor had sculpted me in to shape. i had abs.On removing my garment after 24hrs, it took 20 minutes to swell straight back up to what i looked like before the procedure.what i want to know is, Have i swollen up and the swelling is taking the shape of my body when there was fat in it or has the doctor done nothing useful. Its been a week with no change.
Swelling after tumescent liposuction
It's normal for you to swell exactly as you've described after having tumescent liposuction. The fat is gone and hasn't come back. The process of performing liposuction causes swelling to occur. It's similar to spraining an ankle. The first day after twisting an ankle, it doesn't look very swollen. Then the swelling sets in and it takes weeks and sometimes months for the swelling to go away again. The same thing is happening with your fat space. Think of it as having a "sprained" fat space. The swelling will go away over time. Follow your surgeon's instructions and return for your follow-up visits to check on your progress.
Swelling after Tumescent Liposuction
It's normal for swelling to peak from one to two weeks after liposuction. I would recommend adding lymphatic drainage performed by a certified practitioner to help speed the resolution of swelling. You should start to see improvement by 2 to 3 weeks depending on how much fat was removed and your own unique healing characteristics. Best of Luck Dr Harell
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One week after liposuction
At one week after liposuction you are maximally swollen. It may take a few months before you get a feel for the final result. Be patient.
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Swelling after liposuction
swelling post liposuction can last upto 1 month. and thats normal. its your body's way of healing and recovering from the surgery. also note that swelling does not subside in a uniform fashon. it might leave with you with asymmetric lumps and bumps and those are all normal. u can massage the areas if u like which sometimes helps
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